Sara Cederberg is passionate about helping candidates and organizations find their voice. She has extensive experience in digital communications, email and social media strategy, and advocacy for a variety of political candidates and nonprofits.
After studying Religion at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, Sara cut her teeth at the Prometheus Radio Project in Philadelphia, lobbying members of Congress on behalf of hundreds of community-owned media outlets to support the Local Community Radio Act — a bill that would open the airwaves for hundreds of new “low power,” community-owned radio stations across the country. (The bill was signed into law by President Obama in 2011).
From 2009 to 2011 Sara worked at the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, mobilizing more than 300 member organizations and their supporters to take action on issues impacting the cultural sector. In 2012, she helped secure President Obama’s win in the crucial battleground state of Michigan as Digital Director, planning and executing a tightly integrated, state-based digital strategy for the campaign. Her work was recognized in the The Huffington Post as one of the “50 Women Who Made the 2012 Election.”
Since then, Sara has gone on to design and execute world-class digital and member engagement programs for Minnesota Senator Al Franken’s re-election campaign, Demand Progress, and most recently, Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman.
Sara lives in Ypsilanti, and hopes to stay there for a while after a decade of moving around far too much. She enjoys cooking, live music, traveling, Michigan’s craft beers, and spending as much time on a Great Lake as possible in the spring and summer months.