Meet the League of Women Voters of Ohio / Education Fund Staff

How to reach our office staff

Phone: (614) 469-1505
Fax: (614) 469-7918

Carrie L. Davis - Executive Director

In February 2012, Carrie Davis joined the League of Women Voters of Ohio as Executive Director, bringing to the League her extensive experience as an advocate for voting rights and good government at the Statehouse, in the courtroom, and in local communities. Prior to joining the League, Carrie served as staff counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio, where she worked on a variety of issues including voting rights, free speech, criminal justice, racial justice, LGBT rights, reproductive freedom, and government accountability.

Carrie has litigated numerous election law and good government cases including the 2008 case Project Vote v. Brunner that obtained a court order keeping open the Ohio window for simultaneous registration and early voting. She was also part of the legal team in the case Boustani v. Blackwell that struck down a 2006 Ohio law requiring naturalized citizens to produce a certificate of naturalization if challenged at the polls.

Carrie is a native Ohioan and has a BA in philosophy and public policy from Albion College and a JD from Case Western Reserve University. Carrie interned on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. as part of a Women in Public Policy program and later worked as a Congressional Aide. Carrie returned to Ohio to attend law school and enter public service. During law school, Carrie worked as a legal intern with the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education and served as Editor-in-Chief and Bureau Chief of The Internet Law Journal.

Munia Mostafa - Membership & Project Manager
Munia Mostafa has been key staffer at LWVO for five years. Beginning in 2011 as project coordinator for the Clean Air Promise Campaign, she subsequently assumed management of LWVO communication and publications. Munia enjoys helping League members and local Leagues be a strong voice for good government in communities across Ohio.
Prior to joining LWVO, Munia worked in several other nonprofit organizations including the Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations (OANO), the Downtown Albany Business Improvement District (BID) and Muslim Aid (a British international relief and development agency). She holds a Master's degree in Communications from the University at Albany, State University of New York and another Master's degree in Design Management from the University for the Creative Arts, England.

Brigid Iverson - Office & Program Associate
Brigid joined the League of Women Voters of Ohio staff in 2017. Prior to that, she was a Legislative Aide in the Ohio House of Representatives and worked on several political campaigns across the country, specializing in voter registration and mobilization. She is passionate about educating and engaging people on the political process and how they can make their voices heard. She is proud to be an Ohio University Bobcat, where she majored in Sociology along with specialties in Political Science and Women's and Gender Studies.