Leadership

A top-flight Board of Directors provides overall direction to The National Campaign. This governing group is assisted by a number of advisory panels, including those focused on Media, Research, Public Policy, Medical issues, Personal Responsibility, Religion, and Public Values, Latino Outreach, State and Local Action, and bipartisan advisory panels in the Senate and House. Our daily efforts are led by a remarkable staff of nearly 40 employees.

Chairman

The Honorable Thomas H. Kean 
CEO, THK Consulting
Chairman, The Carnegie Corporation of New York
former Governor of New Jersey

President 

Isabel V. Sawhill, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies The Brookings Institution

TREASURER

Stephen A. Weiswasser 
Partner, Covington & Burling

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Ginny Ehrlich, D.Ed., M.P.H., M.S. 
CEO, The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy

 

Staff Directory

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Bill Albert
Chief Program Officer
Leadership & Development

Bill Albert is the Chief Program Officer of The National Campaign. As Chief Program Officer, Bill is responsible for overall program planning and development, and for tracking program progress. In addition, Bill provides oversight to the Campaign’s media outreach and communication strategies, as well as the writing, editing, design, and production of Campaign’s numerous publications and materials. In addition, he oversees the Campaign’s popular, award-winning websites, the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, the organization’s work with new media, and the Campaign’s marketing efforts.

Before his work with The National Campaign, Bill spent 12 years working in television news, most recently as the Managing Editor at Fox Television News in Washington, DC. His responsibilities included managing the editorial content of two daily news broadcasts, assigning, editing, and writing stories for air, conducting interviews, and overseeing the work of reporters and electronic news gathering crews.

Bill received his degree in Communications at American University and resides in Kensington, Maryland with his wife, Carol. His perfect 21-year-old son, Harrison The Boy Wonder, is a senior at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD to its friends).

JeNeen Anderson
Senior Manager
Programs
Jill Antonishak
Evaluation Consultant
Research & Evaluation

Jill Antonishak, Ph.D., is the Managing Director of 3 Flights Consulting, and the Evaluation Consultant to The National Campaign. Jill is a community and developmental psychologist with extensive experience in evaluation and the development of strengths-based prevention programs, including family support and resilience promotion programs.

Prior to her evaluation work with the Campaign, Jill worked on a range of state policy issues at the Pew Charitable Trusts. Jill was an American Association for the Advancement of Science's Congressional Fellow for the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. After her fellowship, she was hired as full-time staff on the Committee, with a focus on health, mental health, and strengthening families. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Virginia and her BA from Goucher College. She has received fellowships from the National Institute of Mental Health, the Pediatric AIDS Foundation, and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.

Liany Elba Arroyo
Senior Director, Health Equity
Health Equity

Liany Elba Arroyo is the Senior Director of Health Equity at The National Campaign where she works to ensure an equity lens is applied to the organization’s work.  Previously she had served as the Director of Partnerships where she oversaw the development of programs and the dissemination of messages and resources tailored for the Latino and African American communities. 

Prior to coming to The National Campaign, Liany spent over 13 years working in the government and non-profit sectors developing programs and promoting public policies that aimed to improve the health status of Latino communities across the nation. Most recently, Liany was the Associate Director of the Education and Children’s Policy Project at the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), where she worked on advancing NCLR’s education priorities and policies affecting Latino children and youth. Liany has published several pieces on children and Latino health and has been cited by Spanish and English media, including The New York Times, Newsweek, and Univision.

Originally from Bridgeport, Connecticut, Liany currently resides in Chevy Chase, Maryland with her husband and daughter. She holds a BS in psychology from Wellesley College, an MPH from Columbia University, and is Certified in Public Health.

 

 

Chelsey Connolly
Senior Manager, College Initiatives
Programs, College Initiatives

Chelsey Connolly is the Senior Manager of College Initiatives at The National Campaign. She is responsible for fostering relationships with college faculty and administrators and working with them to help students achieve their educational goals by preventing unplanned pregnancy. She also supports the development of materials, such as the online lessons, Preventing Unplanned Pregnancy and Completing College. In December 2012 she co-authored a report published by the American Association of Community Colleges, titled Make It Personal: How Pregnancy Planning and Prevention Help Students Complete College, about its project with the Campaign to incorporate the topic of preventing unplanned pregnancy into academic courses.

Since joining the Campaign in 2007, Chelsey has worked in several departments including State and Local Action, the Latino Initiative, and Public Policy. She also managed a federal grant to give teens information about how to have healthy relationships, through which she helped create the award-winning online games, My Paper Boyfriend and My Paper Girlfriend on StayTeen.org.

Chelsey earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and a minor in Marketing at Georgia Southern University. She lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband, daughter, and rescue dog.

Connor Davies
Assistant Coordinator, Bedsider U
Digital Media

Connor Davies is the Assistant Coordinator of the Bedsider U program at The National Campaign. In this role, Connor works closely with the Bedsider U college program, managing college reps and creating program materials. She also aids in various digital marketing efforts for Bedsider.org.

Prior to joining the Campaign Connor attended the University of Maryland where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Community Health with a focus in sexual and reproductive health. She is a Maryland native and her only regret is that she must now commute by train as opposed to by sailboat as she did for her previous job.

Ginny Ehrlich
Chief Executive Officer
Leadership & Development

Ginny Ehrlich is the chief executive officer at the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. Prior to taking the helm at the National Campaign, Ginny directed the childhood obesity prevention portfolio at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and led the Foundation’s efforts to establish a strategic direction for its $500 million investment in ensuring that all children achieve a healthy weight by 2025. Previously, Ginny spent eight years at the Clinton Foundation, where she served as the Founding CEO of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative and the long-time CEO of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. During her tenure at the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Ginny positioned the organization as a national leader on preventing childhood obesity and started the nation’s largest school-based obesity prevention program. Ginny started her career in the classroom as a health and sexuality educator, and has held several state and national leadership positions.

Ginny has dedicated her more than 20-year career to improving the health and wellbeing of children, adolescents, and families. Known for her abilities to build organizational strategic vision and foster partnerships of great purpose across the public, private and nonprofit sectors, Ginny was recognized in 2012 by Health Leaders as one of the nation’s top change agents in the health sector. Ginny has a breadth of experience working with businesses, community organizations, policymakers, schools, and government officials on a wide variety of social welfare issues.

Ginny holds a doctorate of education in education leadership and a Master of Science in Special Education, both from the University of Oregon, a Master of Public Health from Boston University and a BA in Community Health Education, from the University of Oregon. She lives in Washington, DC; she is an avid tennis player and runner.

Rachel Fey
Director, Public Policy
Policy & Strategic Partnerships

Rachel Fey is the Director of Public Policy at The National Campaign where she is responsible for the organization’s health policy work, including implementation of the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid family planning, and the Title X Family Planning Program. She also focuses on health disparities and budget and appropriations, specifically funding for teen pregnancy prevention programs and public funding for family planning.

Prior to joining The National Campaign, Ms. Fey was Manager of Government Relations at the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association (NFPRHA) where she worked on key provisions of the Affordable Care Act and the Medicaid and Title X Family Planning programs. Recognized in 2013 by the Professional Women in Advocacy Conference as an Up and Coming Practitioner, Ms. Fey has over a decade’s experience working in the field of non-profit reproductive health, including for the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP) and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Communication Programs.

Ms. Fey holds a BA in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins University.  She lives in Washington, DC and stamps her passport as often as possible.

Alexandra Gonzalez
Digital Media Consultant
Digital Media

Alexandra Gonzalez is a digital media consultant for The National Campaign.

Alexandra oversees the digital metrics program at The National Campaign and provides the staff with reports and insight to help all digital properties perform better. She also runs The National Campaign’s Google AdWords Grant; oversees the online CMS system; and works on promotion for a variety of digital programs and events.  In addition, for over a decade, Alexandra worked with The National Campaign’s CEO in the collecting, writing, and editing of organizational performance measures in order to assess The National Campaign’s productivity and impact.

Before beginning her consulting role with The National Campaign in 2004, Alexandra served as The National Campaign’s senior web manager for several years and was responsible for developing content for and analyzing the performance of The National Campaign’s award-winning web properties.

She graduated summa cum laude from The George Washington University with a degree in Sociology and Psychology and received a Master of Education from the University of Maryland.  She lives in Maryland with her husband and two daughters.

Becky Griesse
Senior Manager, Programs
Programs

Becky Griesse is the Senior Manager of Programs at The National Campaign. In this capacity, she provides assistance to state and local communities regarding teen and unplanned pregnancy.

Prior to joining The National Campaign, Becky was the Adolescent Sexual Health Program Manager at the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD). There she provided technical assistance to CDC/DASH funded state education agencies to improve youth access to sexual health services. Becky also has experience coordinating a local teen pregnancy prevention coalition, the Alexandria Campaign on Adolescent Pregnancy (ACAP) in Alexandria, VA.

Becky attended James Madison University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and George Washington University where she received a Master in Public Health with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health.  She is an Adjunct Faculty member at George Mason University where she teaches Human Sexuality and Women’s Health courses.

Dana Hotra
Senior Manager, Grants & Development
Leadership & Development

 

Dana Hotra is the Senior Manager of Grants and Development at The National Campaign. Dana manages the Campaign’s outgoing private and federal proposals, applications, and reports, as well as the development and administration of Campaign contracts.

Before joining the Campaign in 2011, Dana was the Title X Program Director at the Family Health Council of Central Pennsylvania. She also worked at a Planned Parenthood affiliate as the Vice President of Development, and as a research associate at the Institute of Medicine.

Dana received a BA from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a Masters of Health Sciences from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, with an emphasis on maternal and child health. She has served on the boards of Planned Parenthood of the Susquehanna Valley and the YWCA of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and volunteers for the Literacy Council of Carroll County in Maryland.

Andrea Kane
Vice President, Policy and Strategic Partnerships
Policy & Strategic Partnerships

Andrea Kane is the Vice President for Policy and Strategic Partnerships at The National Campaign.  She is responsible for The National Campaign’s public policy program, as well as forging strategic partnerships with a range of public and private sector organizations.  During her time at the Campaign, she has helped launch The National Campaign’s work with community colleges, youth in foster care, and with Latino communities.

From 2001 through 2008, she was also affiliated with the Brookings Institution’s Center on Children and Families in various capacities. Before joining The National Campaign in 2001, Andrea served at the White House Domestic Policy Council as a special assistant to President Clinton. She has also worked at the National Governors’ Association, and at the state and local level in California, Texas, and Virginia.

She studied Government at Smith College, received a BA from Cornell University and an MPA from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas.

Kelleen Kaye
Vice President, Research
Research & Evaluation

Kelleen Kaye is the Vice President of Research at The National Campaign.

Before joining The National Campaign, she spent 12 years as senior analyst at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, where she developed and oversaw studies on a wide variety of issues related to family formation, poverty and public assistance.  She also has worked for the National Opinion Research Center, the New America Foundation, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Urban Institute and the Brookings Institution. She has served on several advisory committees including the Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics and the Interagency Working Group for the National Survey of Family Growth. She has received the Vice President’s Hammer Award for her work on the Fatherhood Initiative and the Secretary’s Distinguished Service Award for data analyses related to Hurricane Katrina.

Kelleen received a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and mathematics from the University of Wisconsin and a Masters degree in Public Policy from the University of Michigan.

Amy Kramer
Senior Director, Entertainment Media
Marketing & Communications, Entertainment Media

Amy Kramer is the Senior Director of Entertainment Media at The National Campaign. She came to the Campaign in 2007 after more than fifteen years as a television news producer and communications consultant.

Amy’s role at the Campaign is to advance the organization’s mission by working with media executives, writers, producers, social media experts, and others to help them incorporate teen and unplanned pregnancy prevention messages into the content of their work.  She has served as the lead content expert for MTV’s 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom since the shows launched in 2009 and has spoken widely in the press, on television, and at conferences about the shows’ impact on teen pregnancy.  She has also written and analyzed surveys about sex, relationships, and contraception for Seventeen and Cosmopolitan magazines. In addition, she consults with many other television programs, magazines and websites, writes discussion guides and blog posts for media partners’ web properties, works with outside experts on the media goals of the Campaign, and oversees the Campaign’s nationally recognized Entertainment Media program and staff.  

Prior to joining the Campaign, Amy was a producer at ABC, CNN, and CNBC. She began her career at the political Hotline, a daily news wire service covering national politics, and then started in television as a political researcher for CBS News. As a communications consultant she worked with corporations and foundations on issues such as drug abuse, education, health care, aging, and employee/employer relations. She has moderated focus groups, written surveys, and provided analysis and direction on public opinion related to these topics. She has also worked as a political campaign press aide and a summer camp waterski instructor. Amy graduated magna cum laude from Lehigh University with degrees in government and journalism. She lives in Maryland with her husband and dog.

Daniela Kucz
Development Analyst, Special Assistant to the CEO, Corporate Secretary
Leadership & Development

Daniela Kucz is the Development Analyst at The National Campaign. Daniela oversees individual giving and supports the Campaign’s fundraising activities. Daniela also serves as the Special Assistant to the CEO and coordinates Board of Directors events as the Corporate Secretary.

Prior to her work at the Campaign, Daniela honed her donor relations and fundraising experience as a Development Fellow at the Women’s Campaign Fund and a Special Projects Assistant at Move This World.

Daniela received her Bachelor’s degree in Gender & Sexuality Studies and Biology from Swarthmore College. Having lived in seven countries across the world, Daniela now resides in Washington, DC.

Scott LaGrand
Chief Development Officer
Leadership & Development

Scott LaGrand is the Chief Development Officer for The National Campaign. In this role, he is responsible for the strategic direction and implementation of fundraising for the organization. Scott joins The National Campaign from the Clinton Foundation where he has spent the past 6 years as the Director of Development for the Clinton Health Matters Initiative and the Vice President of Development for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Prior to his time at the Clinton Foundation, Scott spent nine years in multiple fundraising and leadership roles at the American Heart Association. 

Scott graduated with a BA in English from Boston College where he was an All-American ice-hockey player. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1988 Entry Draft and spent 9 seasons playing professionally. Scott has 2 daughters, Olivia (20) and Chloe (16).

Danielle Lapierre
Senior Manager, Inbound Marketing
Digital Media

Danielle Lapierre is the Senior Manager of Inbound Marketing at The National Campaign. In this role, Danielle manages various digital marketing outreach efforts, including social media marketing and audience engagement for Bedsider.

Prior to joining the Campaign, Danielle was employed at the American Institutes for Research primarily working on a national social marketing campaign to reduce stigma and complacency surrounding HIV/AIDS.  Previously, Danielle was responsible for social media marketing for the capacity building department at Metro TeenAIDS and worked as the campus health educator at both George Mason University and Columbia University. Danielle has a Masters in Communication from Johns Hopkins University and a Masters in Health Education from Columbia University.

Laura Lloyd
Assistant Director, Digital Media
Digital Media

Laura Lloyd is the Assistant Director of Digital Media at The National Campaign and part of the team behind Bedsider, the Campaign’s birth control support network for young adults.  Her current focus is on provider outreach, which consists of getting Bedsider’s tools and content into the hands of health care providers, maintaining the Bedsider Providers website, and gathering feedback to determine how Bedsider can work best in clinical settings.

Laura joined The National Campaign in 2008 with over 10 years of experience in public health research, primarily in the areas of STI and HIV prevention and with an ever-increasing focus on the use of digital technology in the field.  She received a BA in Psychology and Sociology from University of Colorado, an MPH from Emory University, and an MS in Human-Computer Interaction Design from Indiana University’s School of Informatics, all with the common theme of better understanding human behavior.

Laura lives with her husband and two young daughters in San Diego, CA and tries really hard not to gloat about the weather.       

Tara Mancini
Manager, Public Policy
Policy & Strategic Partnerships
Kate Meroski
Manager, Digital Media
Digital Media

Kate is the Manager of Teen Engagement within the Digital Department at The National Campaign. She is the web editor and content manager for the Campaign’s teen and corporate web properties (StayTeen.org and TheNationalCampaign.org), as well as their associated social media accounts.  She is also responsible for managing the Campaign’s youth initiative work, including the National Youth Leadership Team and the DC (District of Columbia) Teen Advisory Board.   

Kate holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from The George Washington University. 

Alison Stewart Ng
Research Manager
Research & Evaluation

Alison Stewart Ng is the Research Coordinator at The National Campaign. She is responsible for keeping The National Campaign’s online data portal up to date with the latest statistics, and for providing assistance with research requests.  She has co-authored Freeze Frame 2012, and three new additions to our Why It Matters series.  These briefs provide research on the consequences of teen childbearing on topics including education and economic wellbeing, single parenthood and father involvement, and child welfare.

During her time at The National Campaign, Alison has participated in several other projects, including updates to the public cost of teen childbearing, and the redesign of the data portal.   In early 2014, she co-authored a Science Says on teen childbearing in rural areas, and she is currently working on an analysis of factors explaining this rural-urban disparity.

Alison received her BA in International Relations from Tufts University, and is currently working on her MS in Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University.  She currently resides in Washington, DC with her husband, Abraham.

Marisa Nightingale
Senior Media Advisor
Entertainment Media

As The National Campaign’s Senior Media Advisor, Marisa Nightingale leads key partnerships with entertainment media executives to help harness the power of popular media to reduce teen and unplanned pregnancy. She and her colleagues provide expertise, information, and hands-on help to media decision-makers whose content is most popular with teens, young adults, and their parents.

Marisa joined the Campaign in 1996, shortly after its founding, and is the architect of its nationally-recognized Entertainment Media program. She served as the program’s Senior Director for 12 years and continues to advise on strategy and cultivate message integration partnerships with outlets including NBC, FOX, ABC, The CW, Hulu, Marie Claire, Family Circle, Essence, Latina and more, with a special emphasis on reaching Latino audiences. Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaigns developed under her direction have won multiple awards and garnered millions of dollars in free placements. She played a leadership role in the conception, development and launch of "Thanks, Birth Control," a social media effort that engages individuals and organizations in a positive public conversation about all that birth control makes possible.

Prior to joining The National Campaign, Marisa was the Communications Director at Share Our Strength (SOS), a leading national voice in the fight against hunger. At SOS, she worked with journalists, chefs, corporate partners, and community organizations to address the causes and consequences of hunger and poverty. Marisa is a guest lecturer at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business and is a seasoned speaker on the role of media in preventing teen and unplanned pregnancy and promoting social change. She has served as a Campaign spokesperson on The Today Show, The View, The Ricki Lake Show, NPR, USA Today, The Washington Post, and elsewhere. Marisa graduated with honors from Yale University and lives in Washington, DC with her husband, two children and a lively mutt.

Adrienne Padden
Assistant Director, Human Resources & Facilities
Finance & Administration

Adrienne Padden is the Assistant Director of Human Resources and Administration at The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.   Adrienne joined The National Campaign in 2007 and has over 18 years of management and human resources experience. 

Adrienne is responsible for the day-to-day management, planning, and monitoring of key company-wide support functions including all aspects of human resources, facilities, and information technology.  In this role she develops and/or provides reviews and recommendations on policies, procedures, and practices for the staff at The National Campaign.  She is also responsible for implementing and evaluating ongoing HR strategy, policies, programs, and compliance.  She manages all aspects of human relations including recruiting, hiring, orientation, performance evaluation, employee relations, and the administration of the benefits program.

Adrienne is a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Madison where she was a double major in Sociology and Psychology.  Adrienne is a Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).  She lives in Arlington, VA with her husband Derek, and their two very active young sons, Finley and Theo.  She enjoys weekly adventures with her family, cooking, and travel.

Jessica Sheets Pika
Director, Communications
Marketing & Communications, Communications

Jessica Sheets Pika is the Director of Communications at The National Campaign.  In that capacity, Jessica drives the communications strategy for the Campaign by curating, writing, and editing content; managing consultants and content contributors; and developing new activities and content areas for the organization.  She is the organization’s editor and manages the creation and publication of all Campaign materials.   In addition, Jessica manages the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy/Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, a national, digital call to action encouraging teens to think about how their lives might change if they were to become pregnant. Jessica also handles press initiatives, spearheads the design and creation of new National Campaign materials, and provides general communications and editorial guidance to all program areas of the Campaign.

Jessica joined The National Campaign in 2006 and has nearly 15 years of experience in the non-profit health care world.  She received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Political Science from Wake Forest University and lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, her adorable children, and their dog, Cora.

Carlos Pinto
Media & Project Manager, Latino Initiative
Health Equity, Latino Initiative

Carlos Pinto is the Media and Project Manager for The National Campaign’s Latino Initiative. Carlos possesses over decade of experience specializing in collaborating with Latino media, gatekeepers, and community-based organizations. At the Campaign, he is responsible for creating and developing culturally adapted teen pregnancy prevention messages and collaborating with Latino-targeted media and entertainment networks to ensure these messages reach the Latino community.

Carlos has also managed a project targeting Latino-faith leaders through which he helped develop Countering the Silence, a bilingual teen pregnancy prevention toolkit that incorporates Campaign data and research and includes over a dozen bible studies and activities and ideas on how faith leaders can openly discuss topics such as sex, dating, and relationships with teens and parents from a biblical perspective.

Additionally, Carlos has helped create several Campaign videos including Demasiado Joven (Too Young), a short film that explores teen pregnancy in the Latino community and Life As We Know It, a short film and series of public service announcements (PSAs) featuring Latino teens discussing their views about teen pregnancy.

Carlos received his B.A. from Rollins College, lives in Washington, DC and in his free time enjoys collecting LPs, cycling, and traveling.

Michael Rosst
Director, Digital Properties
Digital Media

Michael Rosst is the Director of Digital Properties at The National Campaign. Michael is responsible for establishing, planning, and developing new digital approaches and appropriate applications of rapidly emerging electronic technologies for the purpose of achieving The National Campaign’s behavior change goal of reducing unplanned pregnancies among teens and young adults. In addition, Mr. Rosst is responsible for the art direction and user experience of various digital properties, with a particular emphasis on the award-winning Bedsider.org—The National Campaign’s free online birth control support network—and National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy properties.

Mr. Rosst joined The National Campaign in 2005 and has 13 years of experience in in the areas of health research, digital media, and design. He received a BA in Communications and Media Studies from Fordham University.

Liz Sabatiuk
Senior Manager, Digital Media
Digital Media

Liz Sabatiuk is Senior Manager of Digital Media at The National Campaign. She’s responsible for developing and managing content for The National Campaign’s award winning website, Bedsider.org—a birth control support network for 18- to 29-year-olds. Liz works closely with consultants, content creators, and partners to produce engaging, medically accurate content that represents and extends the Bedsider brand. This includes everything from Bedsider feature articles to tumblr posts to the Guy’s Guide to Birth Control.

 

Liz began working at The National Campaign in 2008 for the Latino Initiative and co-authored the report Toward a Common Future: Latino Teens and Adults Speak Out About Teen Pregnancy. She earned a BA in English Literature from Goucher College and is currently working toward an MA in Communication, Culture & Technology at Georgetown University.

Julio Sarria
Senior Accountant
Finance & Administration

Julio C. Sarria is a staff accountant at The National Campaign. He is responsible for processing accounts payable and assisting the Controller in day to day accounting activities and month end closing. Julio joined The National Campaign in January of 2011.

Julio earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Maryland. He lives in Riverdale, MD with his dog, an Akita named Perla. He enjoys working out and riding his motorcycle at track days. He was born in Nicaragua and immigrated to the United States in 1983 with his family.

Alice Singdahlsen
Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer
Leadership & Development, Finance & Administration

Alice Singdahlsen is the Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer of The National Campaign.  As COO/CFO, Alice is responsible for overseeing the financial management, human resources, information technology, contracts, legal matters, and facilities for the Campaign. 

Before joining The National Campaign, Alice was COO at Tate & Tryon, a CPA and consulting firm exclusively serving nonprofit clients.  At Tate & Tryon she oversaw the Firm’s accounting, human resources, information technology, marketing, and office administrative functions and was responsible for defining the Firm’s objectives and operating plans to ensure achievement of their mission and goals.  Before joining Tate & Tryon, Alice held senior finance roles at Atlantic Media Company and Discovery Communications and started her career in public accounting.

Alice is a Cum Laude graduate of the University of Richmond’s E. Claiborne Robins School of Business.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant.  She resides in Bethesda, Maryland with her husband and two daughters.   

Katy Suellentrop
Vice President, Programs
Programs

Katy is the Vice President of Programs at The National Campaign.  In her capacity as Vice President of Programs, Katy is responsible for overseeing a portfolio of projects that include providing training and technical assistance to organizations working to address teen and unplanned pregnancy at the state and community level; working with colleges (including 2 year colleges) to increase their capacity to address unplanned pregnancy with their students, particularly those age 18-21; working with child welfare agencies to implement strategies to address teen and unplanned pregnancy; engaging family and juvenile court judges in work to address teen and unplanned pregnancy prevention; and enabling early innovation in teen pregnancy prevention. Her favorite part of the job is helping people connect the dots and try something new to address teen and unplanned pregnancy in their communities.  She’s also a research geek and loves sharing new data. 

Katy received her BA from Northwestern University and her MPH from Emory University. Katy lives with her husband Mike and two sons, Liam and Connor, in Arlington.  She usually spends her free time outside with the boys. 

Lawrence Swiader
Vice President, Digital Media
Digital Media

Lawrence Swiader has spent his career studying the intersection of technology, media, education, and how it can better people’s lives.  Currently, as VP of Digital Media at The National Campaign he oversees all aspects of The National Campaign’s digital presence.  Previously, he used technology as a tool to teach about the history of the Holocaust and to motivate people to act to end contemporary genocide.

In his second home of Athens, Greece, he has consulted on various projects for clients including the Athens Metro and museums of Greek history.  Lawrence graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in 1989 with a degree in Television, Radio, and Film and in 1993 earned a Master’s degree in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation from Syracuse University’s School of Education.

Lawrence has a 14-year-old daughter and finds inspiration from playing tennis, sea kayaking in Greece, art, and a good book.

Paige Whipple
Coordinator, Entertainment Media
Marketing & Communications, Entertainment Media

Paige is the Coordinator of Entertainment Media at The National Campaign. She works with media partners in television and publishing to help them incorporate teen and unplanned pregnancy prevention messages into their work.

She came to The Campaign after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Towson University with a Bachelor’s in Mass Communication and Journalism. Paige worked at Baltimore Style Magazine for two years, wrote a bi-weekly column for Towson’s newspaper, and was a contributor for an online magazine, The DC Ladies. She also runs social media accounts for several Baltimore-based businesses as a freelancer.

She shares her alma matter with Amy Schumer and Mike Rowe—not bad company to be in.