Ashlee’s just your average Seattle raised, rollerblading queen, who prides herself in being a ‘food snob’ and pro-love activist. She believes storytelling is the key to real connection. Her background in journalism, performance arts, and her involvement in preventing sexual harassment and sharing the harmful effects of pornography, motivates her to keep the office and the movement going.
Office Manager & Presentation Coordinator
Haley loves curating spaces where people can connect and feel deeply known and encouraged to succeed. Her dedication to building systems aimed to help people be the best versions of themselves and feel appreciated drives her management of Fight the New Drug’s headquarters. In her free time, you can find her hosting dinner parties, running at 10 pm, and delivering surprise gifts to friends.
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Director of Marketing & Partnerships
Born in Florida as a first-generation American, Jasmine has traipsed through life learning about and dabbling in just about everything. As a history buff and avid writer, she enjoys researching the latest marketing trends and fighting for love. When she’s not promoting Fight the New Drug across social platforms, you can find her cross-legged, listening to American history podcasts or digging into delicious ball park food.
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Garrett lives to inspire; from riding his bicycle 3,800 miles across the country to running 30 marathons in 30 days, he doesn’t give up easily but insists raising children requires more stamina. He loves the outdoors, road trips, and fighting for love. As one of FTND's veteran presenters, he’s spoken to more than 10,000 students about the harmful effects of porn, and is now working on the launch of FTND's first-ever podcast.
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Director of Videography
James has had been involved with nearly every kind of job imaginable. From shooting videos, to screenings bags at the airport with the TSA, to shoveling cow manure. All of this experience has created a drive in James to capture unique stories wherever they may be. He has shot videos in Kenya, Ghana, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, and Mexico—but his favorite video was filmed 35 miles from his house. When James isn’t producing video content, you can find him getting lost in the hills behind his house with his two dogs.
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Director of Public Outreach
Parker grew up with a passion for talking. Now, as an adult, his passions have grown to include his wife, their one-eyed dog, and talking. When he learned about this organization and reflected on his experiences in a pornified culture, he knew he could use his passions to make an impact for this global movement. Now, Parker presents to thousands of students every year while overseeing FTND's public outreach and community engagement.
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Social Media Manager
Brigs' childhood dream was to become a rockstar and change the world. While he never became a famous musician, he is fulfilling his lifelong dream of being a world-changer by helping to organize online communities for causes he's passionate about. Brigs is dedicated to bringing together social communities, giving visibility to people's stories, and Tuna, his English bulldog. When he’s not taking part in social media movements, you can find him at a local plant nursery with his girlfriend.
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Keri loves people, full stop. She has a journalism background, was raised by therapists, and deeply enjoys kale and cats. Keri seeks to learn from and listen to people from all different backgrounds and perspectives, and prides herself in being a loyal friend and deep empathizer. These qualities drive her to create impactful content that seeks to challenge and inform anyone and everyone on the important issues of sexual exploitation and pornography.
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Research and Resource Development Manager
Venice has degrees in psychology and anthropology and is passionate about research, social issues, and boxed macaroni and cheese with hot sauce. With an Irish-fiddler father and classical-violinist mother, she learned to love music from an early age, and despite having an underdeveloped sense of taste in fine foods, she has a hyper-developed taste in music and podcasts. Venice has performed both qualitative and quantitative research in France, Thailand, and the United States, and is stoked to be part of this global movement for love.
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Jordan is known for his wit, passion for the NBA, WWE Wrestling, and ability to capture the energy of this worldwide movement in his designs. When he’s not busy creating, you can find Jordan getting in as many push-ups and pull-ups as possible, or figuring out and explaining the latest design trends. His spirit animal is an alligator, which explains why his hot takes have so much bite.
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Where most people are over 60% water, Scott is at least half of that in coffee. He is a uniquely talented hybrid of designer, developer, and home chef—only two of which come in handy at Fight the New Drug. Knowing at least something about pretty much everything, he’s an excellent addition to any pub-trivia team, and perfectly suited to tackle a wide variety of development and design challenges in this worldwide fight for love.
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Thanks for your interest! Unfortunately, Fight the New Drug does not currently have any full-time openings.
Fight the New Drug is an equal opportunity employer and we do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States.
Through compelling presentations, Fight the New Drug’s certified Presenters provide individuals with the opportunity to make an educated and informed decision about pornography. Through thousands of live events, we’ve reached over one million people through presentations, and with your help can reach even more. If you are a natural public speaker with a passion to raise awareness on the harms of pornography, please apply.
We are currently seeking presenters for our middle school, high school, and community events, and are accepting applications for both United States and internationally-based presenters. Please note these are contracted positions and do require some travel.
Are you interested in utilizing your writing skills to help Fight the New Drug educate and raise awareness on the harmful effects of pornography? Our team of contributing writers works closely with our staff to create high-quality, shareable content addressing the harms of pornography and other related issues. Our contributors are contracted and work on their own time and from their own locations.
Thanks for your interest! Our team of contributing writers is currently full, but we pull from applications when spots open up.