Andre Gobbo supported FCNL’s Domestic Policy team by handling constituent queries, writing action alerts and sign-on letters, assisting with lobbying visits, creating informational content, supporting coalition relationships, and helping execute FCNL’s legislative strategies.
He primarily worked on issues relating to economic justice and gun violence prevention but also assists other domestic policy initiatives. In his time on staff he served as the co-chair of the Policy & Advocacy subcommittee within the Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence coalition.
Prior to joining FCNL, Andre worked at Issue One, a nonprofit focused on campaign finance and ethics reform, where he managed their databases, wrote and edited emails to donors and stakeholders, updated collateral and other materials, and planned events. Before moving to Washington, DC Andre lived and worked in Boston, spending time at various organizations like Brookline High School, Northern Light Productions, WGBH, and The Borgen Project. Andre received an MPA from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and a BA in Politics from Bates College.
In his free time, Andre enjoys riding his bike when the weather cooperates, listening to live music, and playing pond hockey