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Ms. Mary A. Bejian

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Director of Philanthropy

Phone: (313) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.org
American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan Foundation
2966 Woodward Ave.
Detroit , Michigan 48201
United States

Company Description: Each year the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan and the ACLU Fund of Michigan publish an Annual Report describing the highlights of our litigation,...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Strategic Fundraising Efforts
    ACLU
  • Field Director
    American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan
  • Deputy Director
    American Civil Liberties Union & American Civil Liberties Union Fund of MI
  • President of Washtenaw County Branch
    American Civil Liberties Union

Education

  • B.A. , Women's Studies and Psychology
    University of Michigan
  • degree , Women's Studies and Psychology
    University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
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Mary Bejian Director of Philathropy
Mary Bejian joined the ACLU of Michigan staff in 2004 as the organization's first full-time Field Organizer. After serving as the ACLU's Field Director and Deputy Director, Bejian now heads the organization's strategic fundraising efforts as Director of Philanthropy. Coming from an advocacy background, Bejian seeks to strengthen the ACLU's capacity through high-level donor engagement in advocacy campaigns and in bringing like-minded thought leaders and people of influence into the organization as lay leaders and financial supporters.
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Mary Bejian Director of Philathropy
Mary Bejian joined the ACLU of Michigan staff in 2004 as the organization's first full-time Field Organizer. After serving as the ACLU's Field Director and Deputy Director, Bejian now heads the organization's strategic fundraising efforts as Director of Philanthropy. Coming from an advocacy background, Bejian seeks to strengthen the ACLU's capacity through high-level donor engagement in advocacy campaigns and in bringing like-minded thought leaders and people of influence into the organization as lay leaders and financial supporters.
Women Progressive Activists
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The WPA's welcome Mary Bejian of the ACLU-Michigan to address the membership at our March 8, 2006 meeting. The public is welcome to attend this open membership meeting. Please join us at 7:00 PM at the Church of the Good Shepard, at 2145 Independence ( Click here for a map.) There is plenty of free, well-lit parking.
Ms. Bejian will discuss the so-called "Civil Rights Initiative," a November 2006 ballot question which, if passed, would ban affirmative action. The WPA's are proud members of One United Michigan the coalition opposing the misguided initiative. We look forward to learning more from Ms. Bejian about how we can join others in Washtenaw County and around the state in active opposition.
More about our speaker: Mary Bejian joined the ACLU staff in June 2004 as the ACLU of Michigan's first Field Organizer. Her primary duties are to work with the Legislative Director, Legal Director and Communications Director to develop and implement organizing and education strategies. Ms. Bejian also works with the nine volunteer ACLU branches in Michigan to assist with coalition-building, community education and membership recruitment.
Before joining the ACLU staff, Ms. Bejian worked for nine years as the Coordinator of Investigations at the Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan. And in a volunteer capacity, she served as Chairperson for the ACLU-Washtenaw County Branch. In addition, Ms. Bejian has worked on issues related to the politics of HIV/AIDS, sexual assault prevention, and racial profiling. She graduated with a B.A. in Women's Studies and Psychology from the University of Michigan in 1992.
ACLU Staff | ACLU of Michigan | Because Freedom Can’t Protect Itself
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Mary Bejian, Deputy Director
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Mary Bejian, Deputy Director
Mary Bejian joined the ACLU of Michigan staff in 2004 as the organization's first full-time Field Organizer. As Deputy Director, Bejian is a member of the ACLU of Michigan's leadership team and plays a key role in shaping the future of the ACLU-MI and increasing the effectiveness and capacity of our organizing strategies and public policy campaigns.
At the ACLU, Bejian has been instrumental in coalitions addressing voting rights, affirmative action, gay rights, immigrant rights and others. In 2008, she was awarded with the Humanitarian of the Year Award by Brown Chapel A.M.E. in Ypsilanti, Michigan, for her efforts to stop racial profiling by law enforcement.
Before joining the ACLU staff, Bejian spent nine years coordinating undercover housing discrimination testing at the Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan. In a volunteer capacity, she served as Chairperson for the ACLU of Michigan Washtenaw County Branch for two years prior to joining the staff. In addition, Mary has worked on issues related to the politics of HIV/AIDS, sexual assault prevention, and racial profiling. Bejian holds a degree in Women's Studies and Psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
ACLU Staff | ACLU of Michigan | Because Freedom Can’t Protect Itself
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Mary Bejian, Deputy Director
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Mary Bejian, Deputy Director
Mary Bejian joined the ACLU of Michigan staff in 2004 as the organization's first full-time Field Organizer. As Deputy Director, Bejian is a member of the ACLU of Michigan's leadership team and plays a key role in shaping the future of the ACLU-MI and increasing the effectiveness and capacity of our organizing strategies and public policy campaigns.
At the ACLU, Bejian has been instrumental in coalitions addressing voting rights, affirmative action, gay rights, immigrant rights and others. In 2008, she was awarded with the Humanitarian of the Year Award by Brown Chapel A.M.E. in Ypsilanti, Michigan, for her efforts to stop racial profiling by law enforcement.
Before joining the ACLU staff, Bejian spent nine years coordinating undercover housing discrimination testing at the Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan. In a volunteer capacity, she served as Chairperson for the ACLU of Michigan Washtenaw County Branch for two years prior to joining the staff. In addition, Mary has worked on issues related to the politics of HIV/AIDS, sexual assault prevention, and racial profiling. Bejian holds a degree in Women's Studies and Psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
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