Margaux Granath, born in Nashville and raised in Denver, graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota in 2021 with a B.A. in political science, and minors in Business Law and Arabic. Throughout her undergraduate career, Margaux served in student government and assisted in political science research on civil liberties violations, both roles which have informed her deep passion for free expression. Formerly a FIRE intern, Margaux is excited to work with the FIRE Student Network team as a Program Associate. Her work focuses on Student Defenders which promotes due process on college campuses. In her spare time, Margaux can be found watching elite gymnastics and playing killer sudoku.
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