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Justin Hurdle is a member of the strategic advocacy team, working closely with FCNL’s communications and data teams. Justin is focused on moving Friends who are already engaged in digital advocacy to become active off-line advocates lobbying their elected leaders on FCNL’s legislative priorities.

Previously, Justin worked in the digital fundraising and engagement space for organizations focused on humanitarian aid, helping refugees and fighting to end gun violence. He’s also spent time working on both sides of Capitol Hill, has lobbied on behalf of local parks and recreation departments at the National Recreation and Park Association and worked to reform our nation’s criminal justice system at the Brennan Center for Justice.

Justin holds B.A. degrees in Political Science and Criminology from Hofstra University and an M.A. in Political Science from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Originally from Romeoville, Ill., Justin now lives with his fiancé and dog in Arlington, VA.

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