Brady Hirsch is a communications associate at the ACLU of Northern California, where he works to advance the civil rights and civil liberties work of the organization.
Prior to joining the ACLU, Brady was a fellow at CORO Northern California. During his fellowship, Brady worked with the Foundation for California Community Colleges, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the California State Coastal Conservancy, and the ACLU’s Reproductive Justice Team. As part of the fellowship, Brady was placed at a county Republican headquarters, where he witnessed the last three weeks of the Trump campaign firsthand.
Brady also interned at the Center for Investigative Reporting, where he helped to uncover opiate prescription abuse by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Brady graduated with highest honors from Williams College with a bachelors in political science and economics. He was the general manager of the Williams College radio station and Co-President of the mental health committee.
Brady is an activist and avid reader who likes to roam the Bay Area, journal, listen to music, and play with his dogs.