Nichole Yunk Todd joined the ACLU of Wisconsin Board of Directors in January of 2013. She began her career as the Director of Youth Affairs for the ACLU of Wisconsin and worked as a National Field Organizer in the ACLU Washington Legislative Office.
Nichole has worked on driver’s license recovery as a poverty and civil legal issue, justice and youth justice system policy and advocacy, and has managed programs and services for youth who are involved in the justice system.
She is currently a Senior Analyst in the Milwaukee County Office of Strategy, Budget, & Performance. She is also a part-time instructor of sociology at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) where she has a concentration in diversity studies. She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Africology and Sociology and a Master of Science degree in Urban Studies.
Nichole's civil liberties interests include racial justice, ending mass incarceration, voting rights, reproductive freedom, due process and equal protection, and First Amendment rights.