Albany, NY — Elizabeth Adadi has joined the Empire Center for Public Policy as Communications and Marketing Manager.

A native New Yorker, Adadi had the honor of serving our country in the United States Army Reserves for 8 years as a lead developer of print collateral and digital media to strategically communicate information. Adadi also served as a Veterans Innovation Partnership Fellow with the U.S. Department of State, performing various duties that ranged from preparing visualized data presentations to drafting policy briefings. With an interest in how people intake and process information, Adadi holds several degrees, the most recent being a Doctor of Philosophy from Florida International University.

Adadi’s foray into public policy began with The Heritage Foundation Young Leaders Program and took off with a placement at the U.S. Capitol in the Office of Mark Meadows (R-NC), then chairman of the House Freedom Caucus. During this time, she learned about the complexities of American politics and the importance of defending freedom.

“Elizabeth is an incredible talent—and her unique background makes her an excellent addition to our communications team. Sharing our research with the right stakeholders is a big job—and Elizabeth is poised to take our work to the next level,” Tim Hoefer, President and CEO of the Empire Center, said.

“The Empire Center is an amazing organization, committed to helping New York become a better place to live and work,” Adadi said. “I am excited to be on board and extremely grateful for the opportunity to help the Empire Center achieve its goals.”

The Empire Center, based in Albany, is an independent, not-for-profit, non-partisan think tank dedicated to promoting policies that can make New York a better place to live, work and raise a family.

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