MORGANTOWN – Former Monongalia County Delegate Danielle Walker is now not serving as govt director of the ACLU West Virginia chapter.
Contacted on Tuesday, Walker most popular to not remark at the moment.
Anne Farmer, president of the ACLU-WV Board of Administrators, stated this in a Tuesday electronic mail change: “We’re unable to supply remark at the moment, as it is a personnel matter. We are able to verify that Eli Baumwell has been serving because the interim govt director since Sept. 15.”
As a delegate, Walker served within the 81st District and resigned on April 10 with a purpose to start her new job as govt director of the ACLU West Virginia chapter on April 17.
Walker opened her resignation letter in April by saying, “It’s with a heavy coronary heart that I pen these phrases, however I accomplish that with a way of goal and conviction.”
First elected in 2018, she stated in her letter, “Within the years since, I’ve tirelessly served and repeatedly proven up for essentially the most weak voices in our state. … And whereas I’ve performed all I can to maneuver issues ahead, I acknowledge the restrictions of our present political panorama, and search a brand new pathway for change. … And so, with braveness and dedication, I’ll push ahead, trusting within the goodness and mercy of the Almighty to information me each step of the best way.”
Walker made her lasts social media posts in her place at ACLU on Sept. 14.
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