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U.S. PIRG Staff
Kevin Leppmann manages online campaigns for U.S. PIRG and the state PIRGs, helping to craft and implement online campaigns for bank reform, campaign finance reform, alternative transportation, health care, food and toy safety, and internet freedom.
Before joining U.S. PIRG, he worked for ten years as a data specialist for Verizon Business, and in 2008, he helped unionize the Verizon Business New York-New England operations groups under the IBEW/CWA. He is also a prolific musician and a founder of the annual HONK! Festival of activist street bands in Somerville, MA.
Mr. Leppmann is a graduate of Queen’s University (Kingston, ON) and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (Ottawa, ON), and has taught courses in political economy, psychology, social theory and international relations at Harvard, M.I.T., and Boston College.
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