Blair Wallace leads our Reproductive Freedom work as a policy & advocacy strategist for the ACLU of Texas. Along with leading the organization's local & statewide policy work on reproductive freedom, she also runs the Texas Abortion Access Network (TAAN), which she founded alongside twelve other Texas abortion organizations. TAAN is building an advocacy movement for abortion across Texas, a state where local and state leaders have imposed some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country.
Blair's background in community organizing has spanned throughout her life and has led to a deep dedication to connecting communities to political advocacy. As an abortion storyteller and mother, she uses her life experience and story to destigmatize abortion and advocate for all people's right to decide when, if, & how they become parents.
In her six years at the ACLU of Texas, Blair has worked on many issues, including launching the Anthony Graves Speakers' Bureau with Texas Southern University, working on the annual Reproductive Freedom in Action Conference, and supporting the organization’s work on district attorney races across the state. She is a proud 2021 alumnus of the New Leadership Council.