Maggie believes in all-hands on deck people power and that a more equitable Montana is possible.
Impatient for change, Maggie's been fighting for a Missoula that works for all neighbors through advocacy, policy, and the non-profit sector. She's stood beside children & families experiencing homelessness, fought tooth & nail to maintain access to childcare for the staff, faculty, and students of the University of Montana, and done research to understand extremism in her backyard. Currently, Maggie works to address food insecurity at her local food bank. In her spare time, Maggie serves on the board of the Susan Wicklund Fund, an organization that removes financial barriers to abortion throughout Big Sky Country.
She's ready to go back to Helena, this time as a policy-maker, with a focus on housing, healthcare, childcare, domestic & sexual violence prevention, food insecurity, reproductive justice, a living wage, climate change, public education, human rights.
Maggie is determined to bring thoughtful, progressive change that her community can see & feel. Her fight for a better tomorrow is inspired by the legacy of her late sister and the perseverance of her mother.
Her fight for a better tomorrow is inspired by the legacy of her late sister and the perseverance of her mother.