Julia Neumann

Julia Neumann coordinates outreach to states that are particularly important to FCNL’s lobbying efforts, helps constituents develop their own relationships with their members of Congress, and helps the Strategic Advocacy and Legislative teams track and manage their data. Julia is FCNL's resident expert on scheduling lobby visits- last year, she helped FCNL's network schedule over 500, including those during the Quaker Public Policy Institute and Spring Lobby Weekend.

Julia holds a BA in Political Science from Haverford College, where she wrote her thesis on the success of housing development projects in Kenya and studied abroad in Cape Town, South Africa. While at Haverford, she was co-head of the Office of Community Service, helping hundreds of students get involved in the greater Philadelphia community every year. She began working at FCNL after graduating in 2014.

Julia considers herself an authority on all of the baked goods available within walking distance of the FCNL office, and would like you to know that nuts do not belong in chocolate chip cookies.


Articles by Julia Neumann

Background House Parties FAQ 

Here is (we hope) the answer to your burning question about FCNL House Parties. More questions? Email julia@fcnl.org

Advocacy Resource How to Take Action on Health Care During the July Recess 

This July 4 week is another critical week for the future of health care and the Medicaid program. What members of Congress hear when they’re home this week will determine whether the Senate's bill moves forward -- taking away health care from 22 million people and decimating the Medicaid program.

Advocacy Resource Meeting With Congress for the First Time 

Thanks so much for participating in our Meeting with Congress for the First Time advocacy training. On this page, we've compiled all of the training emails from this course just in case you've missed one (or more!) and are looking to catch up.

Advocacy Resource Asking Questions at Town Halls 

Town halls are a great opportunity to hear directly from your member of Congress. Here are some tips to help you make the most of it.

Advocacy Resource Meet with Congress for the First Time 

February 28-April 21

Spend just 15 minutes a week learning the skills that will prepare you for effective advocacy. By the end of the online training (February 28-April 21), you’ll be ready to go on your first lobby visit with your member of Congress’s office.

Advocacy Resource Community Lobby Day Training 

Everything you need to prepare for your December lobby visits

FCNL wants to help you have a successful Community Lobby Day visit! Check out these resources to help you have the most effective lobby visit you can in December.