Adah Pittman-DeLancey is the Vice President of Impact and External Relations. Her career in marketing and communications reflects a passion for respecting and celebrating cultural intersections through political advocacy, public education, and storytelling. Recognized nationally for her commitment to equity, she was named an Emerging Black LGBTQ leader by the National Black Justice Coalition in partnership with the White House Office of Public Engagement, and also earned an Environmental Leader’s Project of the Year Award on behalf of Boys & Girls Clubs of America in partnership with Samsung. Prior to joining redefnED atlanta, she worked with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition developing advocacy campaigns for equitable infrastructure. She also served as the Director of Marketing Academic Success at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, leading the marketing strategy for there education programs and portfolio of STEAM corporate and foundation partnerships. Pittman-Delancey holds a bachelor’s degree in criminology and a master’s degree in integrated marketing communications from Florida State University.