National Program Coordinator at Feminist Majority Foundation
Kelli Musick is the National Campus Program Coordinator with the Feminist Majority Foundation. She joined FMF in 2015, following working with the organization as Vice President of Feminists United, the student affiliate at the University of Mary Washington, where she earned a Bachelors in Sociology. As a student activist, she devoted her time to working on issues including women’s healthcare, environmental justice, LGBTQ+ equality, and ending sexual violence on college campuses. She was a plaintiff in the landmark case Feminist Majority Foundation v. University of Mary Washington in which members of Feminists United were subjected to online harassment and threats.
At the Feminist Majority Foundation, she engages students throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast in feminist advocacy and issue-based campaigns. She has traveled to more than a dozen states and mobilized student voters in four election cycles. She’s most passionate about the intersection of electoral politics and reproductive health, rights, and justice. This fall, she will begin law school and plans to one day run of office in her home state of Virginia. In her free time, she enjoys watching Law & Order: SVU, hiking in Great Falls Park, and spending time with her cat, Piper.