SERVICES

Government Affairs

As a government affairs specialist, Amelia has coordinated legislative efforts by working with state, local, and federal governments in order to further the objectives of an organization. She has done this successfully both as an internal and external lobbyist. Most recently as an advisor for The Partnership for New York City,  Amelia has effectively lobbied New York city and state officials on transportation and infrastructure needs.

Political Consulting

Amelia has spent her career assisting political campaigns including playing critical roles on the organizing/field and political teams of both of Bill de Blasio’s successful Mayoral campaigns. As a consultant to the re-elect Congresswoman Yvette Clarke campaign (9th District of New York), Amelia oversaw the paid and volunteer canvass as well as pull operation on election day. Amelia has most recently joined the Maloney for NY team.

Community Relations

Amelia is an expert in community relations. As a senior advisor to New York City Council Speaker Mark-Viverito, she tackled tough issues on behalf of women, immigrants and the labor force. Also, as the Deputy Director for New York Communities for Change, she developed and managed the community and political support program for the Fast Food Forward campaign which helped organize fast food workers.

About Amelia

Amelia Adams is a native New Yorker and Babson College alumna, class of 2006. She was a staple on the campus, an active member of the free press and a formidable player on northeast champions Women’s Rugby team. Continuing her active spirit, Amelia became an Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) community organizer working with New York City (NYC) residents to build power in their communities and hold elected officials accountable. 

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About Amelia

Amelia Adams is a native New Yorker and Babson College alumna, class of 2006. She was a staple on the campus, an active member of the free press and a formidable player on northeast champions Women’s Rugby team. Continuing her active spirit, Amelia became an Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) community organizer working with New York City (NYC) residents to build power in their communities and hold elected officials accountable. 

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