Susan Linn, EdD
Susan Linn is co-founder and director of The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood and a psychologist at Harvard Medical School. An award-winning producer, writer, and puppeteer, she is the author of The Case for Make Believe: Saving Play in a Commercialized World, and Consuming Kids: The Hostile Takeover of Childhood and lectures internationally on reclaiming childhood from corporate marketers.
Josh organizes CCFC’s advocacy campaigns and develops its communications strategy. His writings about the commercialization of childhood have appeared in a wide range of publications. He and his wife Jennifer are doing their best to raise their daughter, Clara, commercial-free.
Sara Adelmann, MA
Screen Time Project Manager
Sara spearheads CCFC's long-term campaign to reduce the amount of time children spend with screen media. Prior to coming to CCFC, she was an early childhood teacher and a professional development provider. Sara is committed to preserving childhood, encouraging play, and helping all children thrive.
Abigail manages the day-to-day tasks of CCFC's office, web presence, and outreach. She also assists with research and CCFC's campaigns. She is the liaison between CCFC and its fiscal sponsor, Third Sector New England.