Charlie DiPasquale

Charlie began his career in communications and media relations at the Center for American Progress (CAP). While at CAP, he mobilized young progressives and advocated for their views in Washington, D.C., on key issues such as student debt, gun violence, immigration and much more.

He spent two years at Fitzgibbon Media bringing progressive issues and advocacy campaigns to the forefront of the national news cycle. While there, he worked on a myriad of issues such as human rights, immigration, student debt and climate change. Charlie worked with key progressive organizations including, National Immigration Law Center, Amnesty International and Everytown for Gun Safety.

Charlie holds a B.A. in sociology and criminal justice from Long Island University and is an avid hockey fan.