Quinn Diaz joined the ACLU of Florida in September 2022 as the Statewide Initiatives Associate, and has served as Strategy and Special Projects Associate since April 2023. In this role, Quinn supports campaigns, operations, and capacity-building efforts to advance statewide priorities, with a focus on empowering community-led police reform.
Before joining the ACLU, Quinn worked for seven years in the Massachusetts state legislature. As a legislative aide in the House of Representatives, Quinn focused on harm reduction, drug law reform, and expanding access to higher education for individuals with intellectual disabilities. In their Senate role, Quinn directed communications, district affairs, and outreach for a Boston legislator, while specializing in criminal justice reform, reducing opioid-related overdose deaths, data privacy, and traffic safety. Quinn served as Chair of the LGBTQ+ Staff Caucus and led the effort to install the first gender neutral restroom in the Massachusetts State House.
Quinn graduated from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts with a Bachelor’s of Science in Political Communication: Leadership, Politics & Social Advocacy.