Aimee Adatto Freeman District 98 State Representative

Freeman Family

The Freeman Family (back row left to front row right): Andrew, Ella, Edward Yeilding, Scott, Aimee, West, Allie Freeman Yeilding, Pepper (Adopt-a-Golden Rescue), and Henry (age 6)

Meet Aimee

Aimee is a wife, mother, grandmother, active civic leader, Tulane adjunct professor, and strategic business consultant.

Aimee and her husband, West, have raised a blended family. They are lifelong New Orleanians who call the Carrollton neighborhood home. Aimee is dedicated to putting our community and families first. Now, she needs your help in her campaign for State Representative—where she can be an effective voice for you and your neighbors.
To see the kind of work Aimee will do as your State Representative, look no further than all of the civic activities she has been doing for the past three decades.

Whether planting trees along Maple Street, orchestrating capital campaigns for local charities, or helping local businesses grow, Aimee knows the needs of the community because to her, community service is not just a responsibility—it is her passion.

Aimee Freeman has spearheaded improvements in our neighborhoods, and brought residents and businesses together by founding the Maple Quality of Life Committee. Aimee is a member of the Bureau of Governmental Research, including serving on the Board of Directors from 2006-11, during which she helped manage a successful $3 million endowment campaign. She is a board member of the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation and is treasurer of the Maple Street Area Residents Neighborhood Association. Aimee also actively volunteers with various groups around the city, and is an Adjunct Professor at Tulane University.

Meet Aimee

Aimee is a wife, mother, grandmother, active civic leader, Tulane adjunct professor, and strategic business consultant.

Aimee and her husband, West, have raised a blended family. They are lifelong New Orleanians who call the Carrollton neighborhood home. Aimee is dedicated to putting our community and families first. Now, she needs your help in her campaign for State Representative—where she can be an effective voice for you and your neighbors.
To see the kind of work Aimee will do as your State Representative, look no further than all of the civic activities she has been doing for the past three decades.

Whether planting trees along Maple Street, orchestrating capital campaigns for local charities, or helping local businesses grow, Aimee knows the needs of the community because to her, community service is not just a responsibility—it is her passion.

Freeman Family

The Freeman Family (back row left to front row right): Andrew, Ella, Edward Yeilding, Scott, Aimee, West, Allie Freeman Yeilding, Pepper (Adopt-a-Golden Rescue), and Henry (age 6)

Aimee Freeman has spearheaded improvements in our neighborhoods, and brought residents and businesses together by founding the Maple Quality of Life Committee. Aimee is a member of the Bureau of Governmental Research, including serving on the Board of Directors from 2006-11, during which she helped manage a successful $3 million endowment campaign. She is a board member of the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation and is treasurer of the Maple Street Area Residents Neighborhood Association. Aimee also actively volunteers with various groups around the city, and is an Adjunct Professor at Tulane University.