ST.LOUIS — After an extensive and rigorous search, the NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri Board of Directors and staff are proud to announce that Mallory Schwarz has been selected as the organization’s new Executive Director. Mallory will officially assume the role on June 19, 2019.

“We are very excited to welcome Mallory Schwarz as our new Executive Director,” said NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri Board President, Leah Boersig. “With more than a decade of professional and personal experience advocating for comprehensive reproductive healthcare, Mallory has the knowledge, vision and dedication to ensure NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri will continue to lead the fight for reproductive freedom in our state.”

Mallory is a champion of women’s health and reproductive rights who has dedicated her career to ensuring access to a scope of reproductive healthcare options. She joins NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri after serving as the Manager of Federal Affairs representing the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), the nation’s leading women’s health physician organization. Mallory is also the founder and director of the DC General Community Health Fair, an event serving more than 300 families experiencing homelessness in our nation’s capital, and formerly the Director of Government Relations for Republican Majority for Choice, a pro-choice issue advocacy organization advocating for policy change within the Republican Party. Mallory has strong roots at NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri, where she served as the organization’s Political and Field Organizer.

“Joining the NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri team is a homecoming,” said Schwarz. “I started my career in public health advocacy as an intern at this organization and am honored to apply my expertise in women’s health policy and passion for reproductive justice to ensure all Missourians have access to a scope of reproductive healthcare options, including safe, legal abortion — without shame or stigma. I look forward to working with the NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri board and staff to continue to fight for and protect reproductive freedom for all in Missouri.”

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