Meredith Horowski is global campaign director at Global Zero, the international movement for the elimination of nuclear weapons. She spearheads GZ’s international advocacy strategy, creative campaigns, and public mobilization. Meredith is an experienced social justice campaigner with particular expertise in grassroots organizing and in creating powerful, diverse movements on pressing social issues. Prior to joining Global Zero, Meredith managed college organizing at the ONE Campaign, where she led youth organizing strategy and execution in the US and for special campaigns Europe. She also spent three years as a research assistant at the National Poverty Center, where she helped produce a variety policy briefs and published reports on the spectrum of connectedness to social programs. Meredith graduated from the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, with a focus on human rights and international development. She speaks Spanish and is an avid horseback rider and college football fan.
I’m most excited to work on projects that… build people and political power.
I’m looking for partners that can help me… bring in new messengers with diverse, powerful platforms to nuclear issues.
A moment when I felt most inspired in my work was… when Hillary Clinton discussed our campaign in front of 96 million Americans.
Innovations in my field I’m most excited to work on… involve intersectional connections with nuclear issues—particularly around race, gender, corporate wealth, and the environment.