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Social media and online advocacy strategist at Center for American Progress Action Fund.
Alan Rosenblatt is the Associate Director of Online Advocacy at the Center for American Progress Action Fund. A long-time speaker and author on digital political strategy, he is the founder of the Internet Advocacy Center and the Internet Advocacy Roundtable; a 2008 Fellow at George Washington University’s Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet; an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins, Georgetown and American Universities; and blogs at TechPresident.com, K Street Cafe, and DrDigiPol.com; a contributing editor to Politics Online; a book review editor for several internet politics journals; and is on the board of directors for E-Democracy.org. He taught the world’s first internet politics course at George Mason University in 1995. Alan has a Ph.D. in Political Science from American University.