Writes for The Nation, was a major organizer for five years at Moveon.org.
Her bio is here, Ilyse Hogue
And this from LifeNews.com
The abortion advocacy group NARAL has selected a left-wing activists to take the place of Nancy Keenan, who quit her position as its president citing the fact that she is older and the organizations needs an infusion of younger leaders.
Ilyse Hogue has been chosen to succeed Keenan as president of the organization, but she doesn’t solve the group’s problems in terms of its inability to connect with millenials. Hougue is not part of the post-Roe generations and was born two years before the Supreme Court handed down Roe v. Wade, that allowed virtually unlimited abortions throughout pregnancy for any reason.
“I am absolutely thrilled to be given the honor of leading this great organization,” Hogue said. “This is a critical moment to engage a new generation of young people in the conversation about what choice means in a modern age. We have a unique opportunity to ignite the pro-choice values most Americans share, solidify our longstanding pro-choice base, and expand its reach moving forward.”
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