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November 18, 2020

Meet Our New Team Member: Marnie Walsh

Meet Our New Team Member: Marnie Walsh

November 18, 2020
Published By American Promise

In this Zoom interview, new American Promise Empowerment Coordinator Marnie Walsh discusses why it’s important to collaborate with volunteers from varied backgrounds, what issues and values drew her to the organization, and what she hopes to accomplish with the American Promise team. Watch the video and read her bio below to learn more about Marnie and her perspectives on the nationwide campaign.

A Vermont native, Marnie Walsh received her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology with a Minor in Sociology from Stonehill College. Marnie holds a passion for inclusivity and political mobilization for all people. Marnie’s academic background has provided a crucial foundation of system-level thinking and community and equity-centered solutions. Her academic studies have focused on police brutality, racial injustices, and the advancement of racial equity in policy implementation across the criminal justice system. Marnie joined the American Promise team to fight for equitable democracy that is for all people.

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