MSLF Welcomes Nicole Sanders as Major Gifts Officer

Our foundation is proud to announce our latest hire, Nicole Sanders, will join our fundraising team on March 16 as a Major Gifts Officer. Nicole comes to Mountain States Legal Foundation from Students for Liberty in Texas, where she was a senior development officer. At SFL, she helped identify and cultivate donor engagement and managed donor events. 

Nicole Sanders

Prior to that, Nicole served as a Director of Student Programs at The Atlas Society and worked for The Leadership Institute and Americans for Prosperity.

In addition, she has extensive volunteer experience developed at other freedom-minded organizations including the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) and Young Americans for Liberty.  

She worked with FIRE as a college student to change speech codes by placing a first amendment lawsuit against the school she attended. Together, the changed speech codes to align with the first amendment and rid campus of their free speech zone for herself and 17,000 students. 

Welcome, Nicole! 

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