Michelle Fraling serves as the Rights for All Campaign Manager at the ACLU. In this role, she oversees the ACLU’s first presidential campaign, dedicated to getting candidates on the record on civil rights and civil liberties issues. Since joining the ACLU, Michelle has designed and implemented a range of federal advocacy campaigns, including campaigns to end the use of torture, reform government surveillance authorities, and protect the freedom of speech.
A public servant at heart, Michelle got her start in advocacy by interning for her Congressman, the late Representative Elijah E. Cummings. Since then, she has served as an Associate Budget Director for the Hillary for America campaign and a congressional aide for Representative Earl Blumenauer.
Michelle is a proud Baltimore native, currently living in Washington D.C. She graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University with a B.A. in Government.
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