Naomi Abraham, Resonance Strategist
Naomi Abraham is the co-founder of Resonance, a strategic communications hub devoted to supporting frontline activists and their strategic partners. She is also a senior strategist at Wonder: Strategies for Good.
As a communications consultant, Naomi works with social justice groups to advance a messaging and communications framework that drives results related to racial justice, immigrant rights, LGBTIQ rights, and economic justice. Specifically,
this entails working with clients to find their organizational voice, story, and devise implementable tactics for integrating strategic communications and design thinking into the fabric of their work. Prior to her work as a communications consultant, Naomi worked as the communications director for the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience and before that a senior communications associate with PolicyLink.
Naomi has also worked as a freelance journalist publishing articles on human rights and social issues. In 2010, she worked with Women’s eNews on a series of stories covering maternal health and during that time she was also awarded a fellowship with the Ford Foundation and the International Center For Journalists to report on LGBTQ human rights abuses in Uganda and Kenya.
Recently, Naomi launched AMP: grassroots², an online storytelling and fundraising platform to amplify the remarkable efforts of organizers around the country. She holds graduate degrees in international relations and journalism, respectively from City University of New York and Columbia University.