Discussing My Marsy’s Law Experiences with The Spectator
As we head into the holiday season, I remain thankful for the opportunity to share my experiences as a Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin’s communication intern with my friends, family, campus, and you.
I recently had the opportunity to share these experiences through an interview in The Eau Claire Spectator and was able to describe what it’s like to have a job that I truly believe in. To me, supporting what I work for is what makes my job into an opportunity to make an incredible difference. I am overjoyed to have the platform to make a change in Wisconsin, and for the opportunity to bring equal rights to victims of crime.
I encourage you to join me in this journey to support this initiative. This is a group effort, and we need to come together as Wisconsinites to make Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin a reality.
The Spectator shares: “when she was offered the position of communications intern eight months ago, Riegleman said she visited the website of Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin and quickly realized the reality of providing crime victims with equal rights. ‘I believe that no one should be treated unfairly in our judicial system and Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin really aligned with my opinion on that,’ Riegleman said. ‘Obviously, it was really easy for me to get energetic about it … It’s an awesome opportunity for our state.’”
You can read more about my experiences as Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin’s intern in The Spectator article here.
I wish you a magical holiday season with your loved ones and look forward to making a difference with you in 2018.
Janel M. Riegleman