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Maryland PIRG Staff
As the Director, Emily works on a variety of issues including campaign finance reform, toxics and public health, solid waste, consumer safety, and tax and budget reform.
Prior to joining Maryland PIRG's staff, Emily worked as the Student PIRGs' Internet Organizer. In that role she crafted and ran online campaigns for U.S. PIRG's student chapters, including campaigns to register tens of thousands of students to vote online, protect the pell grants, and pass federal health care reform.
Emily started as an NJPIRG Campus Organizer in 2005 when she graduated from Vassar College with a degree in Sociology.
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