Baylor Johnson joined the ACLU of Florida staff in November 2010 as Online Advocacy Coordinator. He graduated from the College of Communication at the University of Texas in 2008. An alumnus of the Human Rights Campaign’s “Campaign College,” Baylor was an HRC field staffer on vital Texas legislative races in the 2008 election, and worked again on a state legislative campaign in 2010. He served as a Legislative Aide in the Texas House of Representatives, conducting policy research and directing communications for the office of Representative Paula Pierson. Baylor then worked at the Health Education Learning Project (HELP), an HIV-prevention organization serving the Dallas-Ft. Worth region, where he assisted in establishing a successful fundraiser series and was the co-facilitator of an HIV-prevention program targeting and training leaders in the LGBT community. As Director of Communications, Baylor directs press relations for the ACLU of Florida, manages online media for the organization and provides additional communications support to the staff in all ACLU of Florida offices as well as to the volunteers in the chapters.
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