Adam Polaski is the Online Content Manager for Freedom to Marry, where he tracks breaking news updates, writes stories of families from across the country, and manages social media channels. He brings a range of journalism experience to the organization, including extensive reporting on LGBT issues, politics, and culture. Adam has previously worked as an editor for The Bilerico Project and a writer for The Good Men Project. In July 2012, his work in The Bilerico Project was recognized in the Excellence in Online Journalism category from the National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association. He volunteers with the Ali Forney Center and New York Cares in New York City and publishes in Hello Mr., a magazine about men who date men. Adam is originally from Philadelphia. He graduated summa cum laude in May 2012 from Ithaca College, where he studied journalism and Spanish, co-edited the campus' alternative publication Buzzsaw, and served on the boards of the student United Way group and Habitat for Humanity. Email Adam Polaski at adam [at] freedomtomarry.org.
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