You can browse through and read entries from Zack's complete historical blog archives here, as his archive continues to grow.
Zack Exley is a strategic consultant with ThoughtWorks, Inc., where he advises organizations on communications, organizing and technology. He is also a co-founder and president of the New Organizing Institute. He directed the online campaign for the British Labor Party's 2005 re-election, and was director of online organizing and communications for Kerry-Edwards 2004.
Before that, Zack served as organizing director at MoveOn.org, and was an adviser to the early Howard Dean campaign.
He spent the 90's working as a union organizer. Zack entered Internet politics via his political parody website GWBush.com, which earned him the nickname "Garbage Man" from President Bush, as well as other early experiments in online organizing. He also blogs at the Huffington Post and ZackExley.com.
Zack frequently speaks on progressive strategy as well as online organizing, advocacy and fundraising. He often appears as a commentator in the media. We are admirers of Zack's ideas, insights and especially his writings. We're all very honored indeed that he has joined our writer's community at Everyday Citizen.
He welcomes you to view his blog archives here.