Alyssa Bradley joined The Coalition Against Hunger in September of last year. She attended West Chester University and graduated with a B.A. in Political Science. She previously worked as a community organizer and lobbyist for the non-profit, Clean Water Action in her home state of New Jersey. As the Coalition's Advocacy and Communications Associate, Alyssa advocates for anti-hunger and anti-poverty policies at the city, state, and federal levels. In conjunction with policy work, Alyssa also manages The Coalition's website, blog, social media accounts, and traditional media outreach. She is currently taking online graduate courses on Urban Planning and Politics through Harvard University.