Nancy is the Board President of the Voters Not Politicians. She is an environmental lawyer and teaches at the University of Michigan Law School. Nancy has been interested in redistricting since 2002, when she worked on a case that highlighted the impact that decision-making around maps can have on election results. Nancy is a graduate of the University of Michigan College of Engineering (BSE, Civil and Environmental Engineering) and the University of Michigan Law School (JD). Prior to joining the law school faculty in 2016, she spent 15 years practicing environmental law in government and private practice in California. More information on Prof. Wang may be found here.
Why she’s committed to this effort:
“We need to restore the public’s faith in the democratic process. Reforming the redistricting process so that election results better reflect the will of the voters, not the politicians, is a critical first step.”