About the Secular Coalition for America
Since 2002 the Secular Coalition for America has been the voice of millions of atheist, agnostic, humanist and other nontheistic Americans on Capitol Hill.
Representing more than 200 secular organizations across the country, including 18 voting member organizations, the Secular Coalition lobbies at the federal level to increase the visibility of and respect for nontheistic viewpoints in the United States, and to protect and strengthen the secular character of our government as the best guarantee of freedom for all.
The Secular Coalition is available for comment on a wide range of issues facing nontheists in America, as well as important legislative or political matters that affect the separation of religion and government.
For journalist inquiries, including scheduling an interview with Secular Coalition for America national spokespersons, or to be added to the SCA’s press distribution list, contact Executive Director, Larry Decker, at (202)-299-1091 , or [email protected]
Cover Nontheists Fairly
Our Journalists' Toolkit provides reporters with all of the background, information and resources needed to cover the nontheistic community fairly, including:
- Who to contact in the secular community and how
- Statistics on the non-religious
- How to avoid common pitfalls
- Common terms within the nontheist community
- Personal anecdotes
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Kelly Damerow, Interim Executive Director
(202) 299-1091 ext. 207
Kelly Damerow joined the Secular Coalition as Research and Advocacy Manager in the spring of 2012 and was later promoted to Director of Federal and State Affairs, where she was responsible for the organization's lobbying efforts. Born and raised in Florida, Kelly received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Education and her Juris Doctor degree in law from the University of Florida. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in the fall of 2011. Prior to joining the Secular Coalition, Kelly was a Legal Fellow in the American Humanist Association's Appignani Humanist Legal Center. As a former collegiate improviser, Kelly enjoys attending live comedy shows. Kelly was tapped as Interim Executive Director in December of 2014.
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