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

Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman serves District 98 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was elected in 2019 in a highly contested field of seven candidates. In addition to serving District 98 in the Louisiana Legislature, Aimee is a wife, mother, grandmother, active civic leader, Tulane adjunct professor, and strategic business consultant.

In the 2020 Regular Session of the Legislature, Aimee passed Act No. 138, a bill that allows localities to exempt feminine hygiene products and diapers from local sales taxes. She also passed Act 272 which adds teacher training requirements for reporting child abuse and neglect. In the 2020 Second Extraordinary Session, Aimee passed Act 49. The bill streamlines the Pandemic-EBT distribution process, leading to an additional 250,000 families receiving benefits. She continues to advocate for the women and children of Louisiana.

For more than 20 years, Aimee has owned and operated a successful business consultancy. She helps organizations, from early stage startups to multinational corporations, strategically grow. In particular, she has extensive experience advising small and medium sized businesses in Louisiana scale and thrive.

Aimee knows the challenges these businesses face, from workforce needs to tax burdens. Working with out-of-state businesses, she’s also keenly aware of how Louisiana businesses could be more competitive with other states, like Texas and Alabama. She brings this insight to the legislature to help grow and retain local businesses and attract more businesses to Louisiana.

Aimee is dedicated to addressing the needs of her community. She serves as an Adjunct Professor of business at Tulane University. She has taught at Tulane for 20 years. She has spearheaded neighborhood improvements 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 also an active member of both the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Louisiana Chapter and the Women’s Professional Council of Greater New Orleans.

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.

Meet Aimee

Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman serves District 98 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was elected in 2019 in a highly contested field of seven candidates. In addition to serving District 98 in the Louisiana Legislature, Aimee is a wife, mother, grandmother, active civic leader, Tulane adjunct professor, and strategic business consultant.

In the 2020 Regular Session of the Legislature, Aimee passed Act No. 138, a bill that allows localities to exempt feminine hygiene products and diapers from local sales taxes. She also passed Act 272 which adds teacher training requirements for reporting child abuse and neglect. In the 2020 Second Extraordinary Session, Aimee passed Act 49. The bill streamlines the Pandemic-EBT distribution process, leading to an additional 250,000 families receiving benefits. She continues to advocate for the women and children of Louisiana.

For more than 20 years, Aimee has owned and operated a successful business consultancy. She helps organizations, from early stage startups to multinational corporations, strategically grow. In particular, she has extensive experience advising small and medium sized businesses in Louisiana scale and thrive.

Aimee knows the challenges these businesses face, from workforce needs to tax burdens. Working with out-of-state businesses, she’s also keenly aware of how Louisiana businesses could be more competitive with other states, like Texas and Alabama. She brings this insight to the legislature to help grow and retain local businesses and attract more businesses to Louisiana.

Aimee is dedicated to addressing the needs of her community. She serves as an Adjunct Professor of business at Tulane University. She has taught at Tulane for 20 years. She has spearheaded neighborhood improvements 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 also an active member of both the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Louisiana Chapter and the Women’s Professional Council of Greater New Orleans.

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.

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)