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Board of Directors

Seth Freeman

Seth Freeman

Chairman, 2020–present

Seth Freeman is an award-winning marketing executive with over twenty years of experience, from leading marketing for a $1bn brand at The Coca-Cola Company targeting African-American consumers, to InterContinental Hotels Group, to Chief Marketing Officer of the $4bn Buffalo Wild Wings. Seth holds an MBA from Georgia State and is a proud graduate of Howard University.

Lauren Holiday

Lauren Holiday

Independent voting member, 2018–present

Lauren is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, FIFA Women’s World Cup champion, and US Soccer Athlete of the Year. Lauren was born with a heart defect and came to Preemptive Love’s work through our early efforts providing lifesaving heart surgeries for Iraqi children. She overcame her early health challenges and went on to become one of the most celebrated stars in women’s soccer and an inspiration to children overcoming medical challenges everywhere. Lauren and her husband, Jrue, an NBA All-Star guard, were generous donors before she brought her years of team leadership to the Preemptive Love Board of Directors.

Jason "Propaganda" Petty

Jason “Propaganda” Petty

Independent voting member, 2020–present

Poet, political activist, husband, father, academic & emcee. With LA flowing through his veins & armed with a bold message, Propaganda has assembled a body of work that challenges and guides. Propaganda’s ideas stem from where he sits at the intersection. He sees how cultures cross and inspire one another, and can see the oneness of us all. Propaganda will cause you to nod your head, but more importantly, he will stretch your mind & heart.

Farah Siddiqui

Independent voting member, 2021–present

Farah is a proud daughter of Pakistani-Muslim immigrant parents who taught her the value of hard-work, service, community and faith. She’s the Co-Founder and Global President of Faithforce, the Interfaith Employee Resource Group at Salesforce. She’s a bridge-builder, a diversity & inclusion advocate and speaker, and has advised numerous corporations as they embark on their interfaith or faith-inclusion journeys. To make an impact in her local community, Farah also serves on the board of the Syrian Community Network, a refugee & immigration support nonprofit in Chicago, and the IL Muslim Civic Coalition, empowering the voices of underrepresented communities in Illinois.