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Longtime Head of NJ’s ACLU Chapter Stepping Down

The longtime head of New Jersey’s American Civil Liberties Union chapter is leaving to work for a New York-based women’s group.

Deborah Jacobs (American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey)

 

Deborah Jacobs announced her intentions Tuesday in a statement issued by the ACLU.

Jacobs has been the state chapter’s executive director for 13 years. She’s leaving to become vice president for advocacy and policy at the Brooklyn-based Ms. Foundation for Women, where she will develop plans to advance gender equality.

Jacobs started her career at the ACLU in 1992, working as a junior staffer at its Washington state chapter. She later became head of the ACLU of Eastern Missouri before heading to New Jersey.

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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