Messaging Training: ABORTION AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTHCARE

Join Reproductive Freedom for All Arizona for a message training overviewing best practices for talking about reproductive freedom and how to fight back against attacks on our fundamental rights. During this training, you’ll learn more about crafting hard-hitting messages that help mobilize people to take action in defense of abortion rights and access.
Thursday, June 27th 6pm via Zoom
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Ally Boguhn is the Communications Director at Reproductive Freedom for All, where she leads the organization’s state and national communications program. She has more than a decade of experience in reproductive rights, including in previous positions at Rewire News and Media Matters for America.

An Arizona native, Laura Dent is the daughter of Colombian and Canadian parents and was born and raised in the Phoenix valley. Her family’s immigration experience and commitment to civic participation helped
shape her values growing up.
Laura is an experienced organizer, policy advisor, political operative, and executive. She spent years working in the labor movement before serving as Chief of Staff to Regina Romero during her time on the Tucson City Council. Laura has served as Executive Director of Chispa Arizona, a statewide climate justice organizing program of the League of Conservation Voters as well as Coalition Director of Activate 48, a network of movement-building organizations leading voter engagement work across Arizona.
Laura is passionate about reflective democracy work, reproductive justice, and the environment. She holds a BA in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Arizona.
Laura is currently serving as the Political Director for the Arizona for Abortion Access initiative, a campaign working to protect abortion rights for Arizonans in 2024. She enjoys being a mother to her young daughter, spending time outdoors, visiting with family and friends, and traveling.

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