Michael Moschella is the Vice President of Organizing, Politics & Advocacy at NationBuilder. He has been at the forefront of the leadership development and civic engagement community for over a decade.
Prior to joining the team at NationBuilder, Michael served as Chief Organizer and Political Director for the Truman National Security Project and the Center for National Policy. At Truman CNP, Michael managed nationwide efforts to bring political, policy, and veteran leaders together around a shared vision for America's role in the 21st century world. He also helped launch multiple award-winning advocacy efforts, including the Operation Free clean energy and national security campaign that was named "Public Affairs Campaign of the Year" in 2010 by Campaigns and Elections magazine.
In addition to his work at Truman, Michael is a founder and current Secretary of the Board of Directors of New Leaders Council, which runs 25 highly selective civic leadership training institutes across the country. Michael spent his early career building field organizing, media and communications, voter targeting and management expertise through multiple Congressional, Gubernatorial, independent expenditure and state and local political campaign efforts.
Michael is a native Bostonian, a graduate of Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations and Boston College High School, and is a huge Boston sports fan.