Brafman, a Vanderbilt University student, grew up in Parkland, Florida and attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. After 17 students were murdered in February 2018, students banded together to form the March for Our Lives movement to end America’s epidemic of mass violence.
“This has been an incredible roller coaster and the journey does not stop here,” Brafman said at the event. “This is a movement and not a march.”
Brafman will share her story with Girls to the Moon Sept. 15, alongside two other incredible activists:
follow • Marcia Masulla, who founded the Tiny But Mighty Fund to protect and assist animals in need and has chaired the Nashville Humane Association’s fundraiser, Unleashed, since its inception in 2010. She was named the Julia Colton Animal Welfare Volunteer Award in 2018.
lasix plus st pete • Kristal Knight, the Executive Director of Emerge Tennessee, whose goal is to recruit women to run for office in Tennessee. Kristal is a former executive in the office of Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and was a member of Hillary Clinton’s campaign team. She is a 2013 graduate of Yale University’s Women’s Campaign School.
Join us Sept. 15 in Nashville!
Girls to the Moon’s annual ‘Campference’ speaks to girls about being the boss of their finances, speaking up for change and empathizing with others