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Emmanuel Mammah
Digital Organizer
The son of a Nigerian immigrant and daughter of the American South, Emmanuel learned early lessons in the value of civic participation. At the tender age of four, he joined John Kerry for President as the youngest registered volunteer in the nation. By the age of 8, Emmanuel earned his first job as a paid campaign operative in Denver, CO. In 2018, a recent High School graduate eager to apply his passion for civic engagement, Emmanuel relocated to Florida to assist with mid-term voter registration efforts. It was a short while before his performance saw him promoted to Deputy State Data Director. Between semesters at CU Boulder, where he majors in Computer Science, Emmanuel joined a D.C based consulting firm where he served as deputy field director for various political campaigns throughout the country. Notable career highlights include his work on Andrew Gillum’s gubernatorial campaign in Florida, Stephen Daniel‘s congressional campaign in Texas, and Amy Klobuchar’s presidential primary campaign in multiple states including New York, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Indiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Nevada. Emmanuel’s interests and hobbies are ice hockey, cryptocurrency trading, and coding.
The future starts with a dream.
The future starts with us.
Black woman standing in front of protestors.