Josh Golin, MA
Executive Director, CCFC
Josh started at the Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood as an intern in 2003 and has been with the organization in a variety of capacities ever since. While CCFC is perhaps best known for its highly publicized corporate campaigns, it has increasingly focused its efforts on helping families unplug from ad-supported screens. Josh is thrilled that CCFC is the home of the new Children’s Screen Time Action Network and looks forward to seeing the collaborations that develop. Josh’s 8-year-old daughter, Clara, is also a vocal advocate for limited screen time who is not shy about reminding her parents that she is infinitely more interesting and important than the content on their devices.
Jean Rogers, M.S.Ed.
Screen Time Program Manager, CCFC
Jean has been amazed at the generosity of people to donate resources, time and talent to the Children’s Screen Time Action Network. At Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood, she is the family screen time specialist—managing the Action Network and the annual Screen Free Week celebration. Prior to coming to CCFC, Jean provided Kids Media Diet workshops and is author of the book, Kids Under Fire. She holds a Masters’ in Education and a Certificate in Parenting Education from Wheelock College. Jean lives in southern New Hampshire, with her husband, Jim, and various combinations of their five children who come home from college and career—and who all survived a limited media childhood.
Communications and Operations Manager, CCFC
Melissa manages CCFC's day-to-day operations, shapes CCFC's messaging and campaigns, and helps launch CCFC initiatives. Before joining CCFC, she worked with the feminist organization SPARK Movement, training girls 13-22 to be activists, organizers, and leaders in the fight against the sexualization of girls. Melissa holds a BA in Cultural & Media Studies from The New School, where she focused on identity and online communities. She is a dedicated activist and believes that nurturing children's imaginations, creativity, and relationships without the influence of marketers is instrumental to building a more just and equitable world.
David Monahan, JD
Campaign Manager, CCFC
David worked for 15 years as an Assistant Attorney General in the Consumer Protection Division of the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General, and handled enforcement actions to address unfair and deceptive business practices. From 2009 until 2015, David served as Deputy Chief of the Consumer Protection Division. He previously served as Prosecuting Counsel for the Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure. David is on the adjunct faculty at New England Law Boston, where he serves as the Writing Specialist. Responsible for devising and implementing CCFC’s campaigns, David is passionate about protecting children from the inappropriate influence of corporate marketing. He devotes weekends to time outdoors with his dog, Beatrice.
Darshana Shakya, M.A.
Program Assistant, CCFC
Darshana is a Gender Studies graduate who moved to Boston in 2016 from Nepal. In Nepal, she worked as a Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation Executive, assisting in planning, implementation, and reporting of social development projects. Passionate about women empowerment and social change, she has accumulated years of experience of working with local communities, rural women, and youth in Nepal. Prior to joining CCFC as a Program Assistant, she interned at United Nations Association of Greater Boston, helping them in database and fundraising program. Optimistic and hardworking, Darshana is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Nonprofit Management from Northeastern University.