Rielly Karsh is a political dynamo based in Clinton, New Jersey, where she currently serves as a local Councilwoman, sits on the executive committee of her county Democratic Party, and is the Chair of the Hunterdon County Democratic Women’s Caucus. Rielly jumped feet first into the mom centric political fray in 2016, when she marched with her newborn baby in New York City during the first Women’s March, and then immediately joined her local chapter of Action Together New Jersey.
A results-focused leader who is passionate about community, inclusion and service, Rielly has been involved as a grassroots activist from childhood, focusing on environmental and social justice. Rielly is a frequent speaker on topics ranging from gender equality to political organizing.
It’s not all politics for this mother of two young kids. As the former Director of Development for the River Town Film Festival, Rielly and her team worked to support emerging, visionary filmmakers with fresh voices to embrace the theme of community. In addition to her fundraising experience, Rielly is a former corporate finance attorney with broad experience across finance, real estate, and securities law.
Rielly is a member of the New York State Bar and received a JD from Fordham University School of Law and a BA in Psychology from the University of Arizona.
Contact Rielly directly at Rielly@moms-running.com.
Danielle Davies is a political mover and shaker who doubles as a freelance writer. She formed a local democratic club and an Indivisible group before jumping into the electoral fray herself as both a mom and political candidate in 2017. Danielle has served as the Communications Director of the Cape May County Regular Democratic Organization; the Southern Regional Director of Action Together New Jersey; and as the Vice-Chair of the Upper Township Democratic Club, but is most passionate about helping female candidates get their campaigns off the ground.
A mom to two children, ages 10 and 14, Danielle works as a freelance writer and public speaker. She began her writing career over a decade ago, working with multiple local news sources in South Jersey, and has steadily developed a reputation as a quality writer with a definitive voice. She speaks about taking risks and women in politics.
Danielle is passionate about helping other mothers manage the campaign trail without leaving their kids in the dust.
Contact Danielle directly at Danielle@moms-running.com.
Meaghan Walsh is a current sophomore majoring in political science and minoring in sustainability at The George Washington University. She grew up in Westchester, New York in a small town along the Hudson River. Her passion civic engagement began after working for her local historical society where she developed a deep love for the history of her town and its community.
When she in not in school, you can usually find her either listening to a podcast or practicing her American Sign Language skills. She is also an accomplished soccer player, playing for twelve years competitively and earning the title of All Section in 2017 for her work as a goalkeeper.
She works on social media at Moms Running.