About Adam Polaski
Adam Polaski is a writer, graphic designer, and storyteller in Brooklyn.
He has nearly a decade of experience working to harness the power of writing, narrative, digital strategy, social media, and graphic design to advance social justice. He has worked on the digital and communication teams at Freedom to Marry, the successful campaign to win marriage for same-sex couples in the United States; Freedom for All Americans, a national organization committed to securing LGBTQ-inclusive non-discrimination protections; and the Campaign for Southern Equality, which works toward legal and lived equality for LGBTQ Southerners. He has also worked with GLSEN, the Religious Institute, and Freedom to Marry Global, and he has worked on campaigns for elected officials, social justice issues, and more.
Adam studied journalism and Spanish at Ithaca College. He has been recognized for Excellence in Online Journalism by the National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association for his work as a writer and editor for The Bilerico Project. His writing has also been published in Hello Mr. magazine and in Love Unites Us, a book about the marriage equality movement. He is originally from Philadelphia and is a proud, voracious reader who is happy to recommend your next favorite book club selection.
Connect with Adam on Twitter and Instagram: @AdamPolaski.