Kirsten joined NARAL Pro-Choice America's online communications team in late 2007. After graduating from Cornell University, Kirsten landed a job at an environmental organization, and has spent her time since (other than a two-year stint teaching English in Japan) helping progressive non-profit organizations use online tools to help meet their strategic goals. She manages NARAL Pro-Choice America's website and Twitter outreach.
Kirsten enjoys knitting, SCUBA diving, dancing, and cooking vegetarian food.
About Nancy Keenan
Nancy Keenan began her tenure as president of NARAL Pro-Choice America in December 2004. Before coming to NARAL Pro-Choice America, Nancy served as a Montana state legislator and in the statewide elected office of state superintendent of public instruction. She ran a strong campaign for the U.S. House of Representatives in 2000.
Thomas graduated from Princeton
University and then spent a year in Sierra Leone working on public-health and
women's-empowerment projects before coming to NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Molly has worked in DC, Virginia, and Maryland politics for many years. In 2005, she managed the successful campaign of a pro-choice independent candidate, who defeated an anti-choice incumbent for a seat in the Virginia Assembly. It was during that campaign that Molly saw first hand the impact blogs have on politics, and she's been hooked ever since.
Lauren studied broadcast journalism and sociology at Ithaca College, and then moved down to DC to join the non-profit world. In addition to writing for Blog for Choice, she created the videos for our Liberty Lowdown vlog.
Jessica is the founding editor of Feministing.com. Her writing has been published in a number of magazines, and she has written several books on feminism.