Todd Fettig is the outreach coordinator for NFOIC, supporting the state coalitions and the annual FOI  summit. Based in West Michigan, Fettig worked a variety of roles during his newspaper career, including copy editor, Sunday editor, community engagement specialist, and manager of editing and design teams in Michigan, Alabama, Louisiana and Oregon. As an adjunct college instructor, Fettig has taught journalism, communication, and professional writing courses. He holds degrees from Central Michigan University, Grand Valley State University, and Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School, and he is licensed to practice law in Michigan. 


Erika Benton is the external partnership coordinator for NFOIC. A graduate of the University of Alabama in Huntsville and Florida State University. She has her Master of Arts degree in Public Interest Media & Communications with a certificate in Digital Productions. Erika focuses on media and communication and its role to help public interest and democracy. She has extensive knowledge of social media campaigns, marketing strategies, and public policy research. An adjunct professor at Tallahassee Community College, Erika is also the marketing manager for the Florida First Amendment Foundation.

Daniel Delgado

Daniel Delgado is a Research Associate for the Brechner Center at the University of Florida. Based in Miami, he works on issues that intersect with freedom of information and environmental racism in marginalized communities. He is a graduate of Amherst College and an alum of the Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship. He hopes to enroll in a PhD program in History or American Studies in the fall. 

Carrie Lanman is a social media analysis intern for NFOIC. She is a senior at Wellesley College, studying economics and classics. During summer 2021, she will be working on NFOIC’s social media campaigns in order to create strategies and resources to expand outreach for the organization.