As a senior policy analyst at the Open Society Foundations, Zoe Hudson focuses primarily on women’s rights and public health. Hudson works to promote the relevancy of her issues to the broader advocacy community in Washington, D.C.
Prior to joining the Foundations, Hudson was the director of the Election Reform Initiative at the Constitution Project. There, she staffed a bipartisan committee to develop recommendations to reform federal election laws. Many of the recommendations were adopted in the Help America Vote Act. Before that, Hudson worked as a senior policy analyst at the Health Privacy Project of Georgetown University, providing legislative analysis and representation on issues of medical privacy. She also served as the director of Field and Government Relations for Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, where she coordinated a field network of 350 chapters and worked as a federal government lobbyist.
Hudson holds a BA in liberal arts from Grinnell College.