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Ashley, Spring 2007

AshleyAshley is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Superior where she majors in Political Science with an International Peace Studies Concentration and minors in Women's Studies. Ashley wanted to intern at the Feminist Majority Foundation because of all the great work they do on a variety issues that she feels strongly about.  One of her major accomplishments at UW-Superior is to help organize a landmine exhibition to educate the campus and community about the dangers of landmines all around the world.  She enjoys running, dancing, and hanging out with the other interns at FMF.  At the Feminist Majority Foundation Ashley is working on the logistics for the National Young Women's Leadership Conference.  She hopes to see you all there!

Why did you decide to intern at FMF?
I decided to work for FMF because I thought it would give me great opportunity to help out in the feminist movement first-hand. Also since I'm from a small town in Wisconsin the idea of coming to Washington DC also appealed to me.

What does feminism mean to you?
Feminism means that women and men are working together to make everyone equal regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, etc. Feminism means working to eliminate any discrimination.

What are you working on now?
Right now I am working on the logistics of the National Young Women's Leadership Conference: From Campus to Congress – Hope to see you all there! .


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