August 28, 2018

Molly Grover

Molly got started in politics in 2016 as a volunteer for the grassroots group Women for Bernie. Together with 10 women from around the country who found each other online, she organized over 100 nationwide meet-ups and helped grow a network of women who would become active in the campaign. The connections she made during the election proved essential in the aftermath of Trump’s win, when she began working full-time on resistance efforts, contributing to a variety of digital platforms such as The Trump Resistance Movement, Save Main St, act.tv, and Democrats.com. She is now pursuing change at the local level as Digital Communication Coordinator at Rights & Democracy, an organization which spans two states – Molly’s home state of Vermont and her current residence of New Hampshire.

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