Dorie is a campaign assistant working with the technology team at MomsRising. A recent graduate from Smith College with a degree in government, she worked in the field of campaign finance reform prior to joining MomsRising. She is passionate about empowering citizens to engage in the legislative process, having worked as a political organizer and as a volunteer for a variety of campaigns. She is thrilled to focus on gun safety reform, an issue that served as the focus of her undergraduate research.
Blog Post List
April 11, 2018
We are so thrilled that the #MomsVote telephone town hall launch last Thursday was a huge success! Parkland student leader Delaney Tarr reiterated the students' call to vote, which was a major theme of #March4OurLives. National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen Garcia talked about engaging young people, with tips on how to register high school students. Three Point Strategies Founder Jessica Byrd talked about the importance of engaging all voters in order to elect a leadership that reflects us all. Finally, extra special guest U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren reminded us how...
March 28, 2018
Since the tragic shooting in Parkland, the national conversation on gun safety has dramatically changed. Students have taken the lead on asking for meaningful and sensible gun reform, and have elevated important and often-ignored discussions about gun violence in communities of color across America. Their leadership has given Americans real hope for a safer future, one with less gun violence and more ethical government. MomsRising members, like so many Americans, have stepped up to the students' call for action: they are have showed up to student-organized school walkouts, marched in...
Get On The Map!
March 15, 2018
People from all over the country (and world!) have shown overwhelming support for the student leaders of the gun safety movement. See some of the powerful messages of support below, then add your name to our map and our message: "I'm with the students!"
October 26, 2017
“I hope my kids are okay.” This is the last thought that Angela Peters (1) , mother of two, had before she lost consciousness. Her husband had just shot her. In 2014, Peters’ husband, who had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, forced Peters to chain herself to a pipe in their basement. When she tried to escape, he shot her once in the chest and then four more times in the head after she had passed out. He then sent their kids to the neighbors before getting in his car to shoot one of Peters’ friends, before finally turning himself in to the authorities. Angela miraculously survived the...