$150K - $200K*
The ACLU is one of the nation's largest and most effective advocacy organizations, even as it is better known for its success in the nation's courtrooms. The National Political Advocacy Department (NPAD) was created in 2015 to strengthen the work of the ACLU at the federal, state and local levels of government. This new department is harnessing the political power that comes from having more than eight million members and supporters, as well as affiliates in every state. By driving issue campaigns, involving grassroots activism and using modern tactics, the ACLU seeks to achieve change as profound in the legislative, administrative and electoral arenas as it has accomplished through the courts.
The NPAD includes a central office in Washington, DC and a large contingent of staff based in New York, NY that support ACLU advocacy efforts and campaigns. Advocacy staff, both policy counsels and campaign strategists, work together to plan issue campaigns, working in conjunction with
Valid through: 2020-5-19