Dow Drukker - New Hampshire
Dow Drukker was born and raised in the Granite State and currently resides in Nottingham, New Hampshire. He recently received his Master’s degree in Sociology and graduate certificate in Women and Gender studies from the University of New Hampshire, where he also earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 2019. Throughout his college career, Dow served as a research assistant for the Women and Gender studies department and teaching assistant for the Sociology department. He currently works at the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation as their research and policy fellow. His work at the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation includes legislative tracking, policy analysis, data collection, and collaborating with fellow nonprofit stakeholders. Prior to working with the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation, Dow interned with the Strafford County Public Health Network and New Futures, where he assisted in community outreach, program development, and public health policy research. He is passionate about social justice issues, particularly related to gender and health equity, and is an active volunteer for a number of grassroots social justice advocacy organizations in New Hampshire. He has also volunteered on local and federal election campaigns. He believes strongly in the value of community organizing and the importance of advocating for a fair and equitable future for all community members. In his free time, Dow enjoys gardening, exploring the outdoors, playing with his cat Arlo, and seeing local live music.