Emily Brzozowski is the Database Manager for ACLU Florida since March 2021. Before coming to the ACLU, Emily spent three years as the statewide organizer in Nevada for the #Fight4HER campaign. Her focus was recruiting and training grassroots activists to advocate for the repeal of Trump’s Global Gag Rule and passing the Global Health, Empowerment, and Rights Act. In the 2018 and 2020 elections the #Fight4HER team used Get Out the Vote tactics to mobilize Nevadans to elect pro-choice champions to the house and senate.
Emily is a progressive, data driven, community organizer focused on creating sustainable social change through both direct service and policy advocacy.
Before becoming an organizer, Emily earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and sociology from Syracuse University and her Master’s of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis where she studied Domestic Social and Economic Development with a concentration in Public Policy. As a graduate student Emily worked at a summer camp dedicated to teaching leadership skills and addressing summer learning loss for under-served youth from St. Louis City and developed a teen organizing program for the Community Action Agency of St. Louis County. Emily served two years in AmeriCorps with City Year mentoring high school students to ensure they were on track to graduate.