Molly has been employed at the ACLU of Wisconsin since 2012
"I want to live in a society where everyone’s civil liberties and civil rights are protected. And it is my dream job to be able to do this work and fight these battles every day. "
As the Advocacy Director, Molly oversees the advocacy, lobbying, and legislative activities as well as much of the organizational administration. She works on a number of issue areas, including policing, criminal justice reform, voting rights, marriage equality, and public education.
Molly is passionate about all of the issues that the ACLU of Wisconsin works on which include:
- Freedom of Religion
- Freedom of Speech
- Immigrants' Rights
- LBGT Rights
- Police, Prison, and Criminal Law Reform
- Privacy, Technology, and Liberty
- Racial Justice
- Reproductive Freedom
- Voting Rights
- Youth Rights and Equal Education
Molly received her Master's Degree in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from UW-Milwaukee and her Bachelor’s Degree in Women’s Studies from UW-Madison.
Some of the cases, blogs, interviews and other media involving Molly Collins:
Learning to be an effective advocate (April 2018)
Reckless Borrowing for Unneeded Prisons is Another Expensive Mistake for Wisconsin (March 2018)
We Need to Implement Smart Criminal Justice Reforms Now (March 2018)