Malden native and Clark University student Adam L. Katzman is now managing people and political strategies at Boston’s Blue Lab.
Katzman entered Clark University with a passion for American government and politics. He worked for three years with the student council, held internships with a state representative and a congresswoman, and received a fellowship with a Boston-based political campaign incubator.
Katzman received funding from Clark’s Liberal Education and Effective Practice initiative to fund his fellowship with The Blue Lab, which provides resources and know-how for progressive candidates, especially those who have not fully made inroads into the political landscape, such as women and people of color. In this role, he was responsible for overseeing 30 of his peers and advising five clients.
This wasn’t Katzman’s first time with the organization, however. Last summer he served as an associate, strategizing with candidates throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire; conducting research on district demographics and media strategy; and canvassing and calling voters.
Katzman is a member of the Class of 2018. He has served as vice president on Clark’s Student Council and president of Clark Hillel. He is also assistant volunteer coordinator at the Boys & Girls Club of Worcester. Katzman is the recipient of the Morris H. Cohen Prize for Excellence in American Policy and Public Policy. He plans to enroll in Clark’s accelerated Bachelor of Arts/Master’s Program.
Katzman is a graduate of Maimonides in Brookline.