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About the ACLU of Utah

ACLU of Utah Reporter: Fall 2005

About the ACLU of Utah

Founded in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union is a nationwide, nonpartisan organization dedicated to working in the courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by both the Constitution and the laws of the United States.

The ACLU of Utah was chartered in 1953 to work on constitutional issues that are pertinent to those living in this state. Our priorities include freedom of speech, expression, and association; freedom of religion, including the separation of church and state; the right to privacy; safe prison and jail conditions; and equal protection and due process of the laws.

Dani Eyer, Executive Director
Carol Gnade, Development Coordinator
Reinard Knutsen, Office Manager/Intake Coordinator
Stephanie Peterson, Project Coordinator/Field Organizer
Margaret Plane, Staff Attorney
Cori Sutherland, Communications Director

Interns and Volunteers
Philip Austin, Penny Breiman, Nate Burke, Monica Maio, Joan O’Brien & Jud Soderborg

Board of Directors
Sue Marquardt, President
Karen Denton, Vice President
Laurie Wood, Secretary
Robert Wood, Treasurer
Lincoln Hobbs, Legal Panel Director
Jill Sheinberg, National Board Representative
Peggy Battin
Tim Chambless
Christine Contestable
Roberto Culas
Beverly Dalley
Emma Gross
Marc Hoenig
Lee Martinez
Andy McCullough
Tarek Nosseir
Jennifer Schwartz
David Tundermann

Legal Panel
Erika Birch
Dianna Cannon
Stephen Clark
Russell Hathaway
Linda Jones
Laura Kessler
Derek Langton
Cathy Roberts
Trystan Smith
Karen Stam
Mary Woodhead

Contact Information
355 North 300 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Phone: (801) 521-9862
Fax: (801) 532-2850
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