Edda Collins Coleman is co-founder of the All In Together Campaign, a non-partisan women’s organization committed to closing the gender gaps in politics, delivering cross-sector, innovative solutions to advance the progress of women’s political, civic and professional leadership in the United States.
As Co-Founder, Edda fosters relationships with elected officials, community leaders and creates and implements strategy to achieve the organization’s partnership and third party outreach goals. She has extensive political and strategic communications backgrounds, having worked on presidential campaigns, within state and local government and created advocacy strategies for health care and tech Fortune 500 companies, both domestically and internationally.
In addition to keynote presentations at national universities, conferences and tech companies, Edda's work and insights have been featured in Forbes, Refinery29, The Hill and The DailyWorth. She currently serves on the Facing History Advisory Board in San Francisco, CA and was a gubernatorial appointee to the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth, where she was appointed by Governors Mark Warner (D), Tim Kaine (D) and Bob McDonnell (R), respectively. Edda was an adjunct professor with American University’s School of Communication and is a graduate of Hampton University, Georgetown University and the University of Virginia.
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