Meet Maggie

Maggie Bornstein is a non-profit professional and long-time advocate for bettering our community.

Maggie has spent time on staff at the Montana Human Rights Network, researching extremism throughout Montana, and at the YWCA of Missoula as the lead advocate for children & families experiencing homelessness. Currently, Maggie works in development at a local non-profit working to end food insecurity throughout Missoula County. 

Maggie has spent her entire working life in public service. From working at Montana's leading civic engagement organization to renew the 6-Mill Levy to championing the interests of students in Helena, Maggie has remained loyal to the cause of everyday Montanans. Her work as a grassroots organizer has led her to work in coalition with organizations such as Mom's Demand Action, Big Sky 55+, and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Montana.

In her free time, Maggie has volunteered her time mentoring girls & youth in our community and serves on the board of the Susan Wicklund Fund which is dedicated to making reproductive healthcare accessible to all Montanans. Raised by her mother, a public school teacher, Maggie is motivated to make Montana more equitable for the next generation. 

Maggie with Governor Bullock
Maggie organizing March for our Lives walkout at the University of Montana
Maggie talking the 6-Mill with former Secretary of State, Bob Brown
Maggie poll watching during the 2018 election
Maggie marching at the Climate March in Washington, D.C.
Maggie interning with Kathleen Williams in 2018
Maggie volunteering with Planned Parenthood to protect Medicaid expansion
Maggie registering our neighbors to vote