Mallori is a social-worker-turned-graphic-designer with an eclectic background in community organizing, advocacy, program management, and communications. From organizing fast food workers and low-income families to advocating for immigrant rights and supporting animal welfare, Mallori is dedicated to building a better future for all. She is passionate about harnessing the power of visual communications to amplify the lived experiences of those most impacted by injustice.
Born and raised in Washington, Mallori feels a deep personal connection to our state’s environment and commitment to protecting all those who call this land home. She is thrilled to be returning to mission-driven work after a short time in the corporate sector and is excited to join Washington Conservation Action in advocating for environmental justice. When she’s not learning a new hobby (the latest obsession being recycled paper making) or caring for her 100+ houseplants, you can find Mallori backpacking around the state with her husband and two dogs.