Britta Moen is a native of Wadena, Minnesota and proud graduate of the University of Minnesota. She is joining the Minnesota DFL Party as the Rural Organizing Director, working with activists, DFL leaders, and stakeholders across rural and small town MN to engage new DFL activists and voters. Prior to working with the DFL Party, she served as Field Director for Dan Feehan, where she managed a team of 11 and ran one of the largest field programs in CD 1 history, despite the pandemic. She is especially proud of the thousands upon thousands of phone, text, and Zoom connections made during a time without door knocking, a spectacular regional showing during GOTV, and the organizing infrastructure built in Southern Minnesota for 2022. She previously worked for Amy for America in rural Central and Northeast Iowa, Nevada, and Colorado and on Senator Tina Smith’s special election in 2018. She is thrilled to be returning to her roots in rural organizing in Greater Minnesota.