Sandra Fluke

For over fifteen years, Sandra Fluke has devoted her career to public interest advocacy for numerous social justice causes, such as gender equality, LGBTQ rights and criminal justice reform. She has worked to increase the minimum wage, make higher education affordable, and enhance protections for lowwage workers. Her work also includes representing victims of human trafficking and domestic violence as well as immigration clients. She is currently the California State Director for a non-profit policy advocacy organization focused on legislation preventing climate change, increasing economic opportunity, and strengthening democracy through campaign finance reform and voter protection. Sandra came to national attention when she testified before members of Congress regarding comprehensive insurance coverage for birth control and took on Rush Limbaugh and other conservative commentators. Sandra is frequently recognized for her powerful address to the Democratic National Convention. In the November 2014 election, Sandra was a candidate for State Senate to represent the Westside of Los Angeles. She is a member of the Board of Emerge California and the National Council of Jewish Women, LA, and on the advisory board for Stonewall Democrats, West Hollywood Beverly Hills Democrats and Hollaback.

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