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Aimee Freeman Consulting

Aimee Adatto Freeman, Managing Consultant | Louisiana State Representative for District 98


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Strategy is what Aimee Adatto Freeman knows and does best. As managing consultant of Aimee Freeman Consulting and Louisiana State Representative for District 98 in New Orleans, Aimee is known for effective advocacy for businesses, families, and individuals and an ability to help them realize their potential.

“Seeing things from a 50,000-ft view—that’s my secret weapon,” says Aimee. “I use that both in my business consulting career with clients and with the
bills I carry through the legislature.”

Aimee also credits her success to her knack for building coalitions.

“I can’t be an expert on every subject matter, but I excel at building coalitions of people who are,” she says. Working collaboratively and methodically, Aimee has successfully passed landmark legislation, such as the law that ended the Pink Tax on feminine products and diapers and multiple laws that streamlined the Pandemic-EBT funds, bringing food to 250,000 Louisiana families.

Aimee Freeman Consulting provides strategy and planning for all stages of businesses from earlystage startups to international companies. Her clients include HSBC Bank, NANO, Point8Power, Tekchix, and Trapolin-Peer Architects. She is particularly motivated to help Louisiana’s partnerowned and family-owned businesses grow and thrive in their respective industries. She is also motivated by leaders, especially those working on a community level.

“There’s more to leadership than titles,” she says. Aimee is just as inspired by the local pastor who starts a community food bank as she is by renowned trailblazing women like Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Adding to her numerous awards, Aimee was recently named a Legislative Champion by United Way of Southeast Louisiana, honoring some of her most meaningful policy achievements benefitting Louisiana’s children and victims of domestic violence.



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