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Ms. Fallon Franchye McClure


Fallon McClure is the Deputy Director for Policy & Advocacy. She leads the ACLU of Georgia’s policy and advocacy work in the First Amendment, privacy and criminal justice spaces. Prior to the ACLU of Georgia, Fallon was a Criminal Justice Strategist for the Working Families Party where she advised coalitions and oversaw electoral work for legal elected offices across the nation. Also, while at the Working Families Party, Fallon was the Organizing & Elections Director for the Southeast region where during the 2020 senate runoff she coordinated the field program with over 200 canvassers across the state who knocked on over 230,000 doors. She also guided the community engagement and legislative work in Georgia. In addition to the ACLU of Georgia, Fallon is board member for Reform Georgia, whose mission is to build a better justice system and end mass incarceration. Previously, Fallon has been a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney. 

 Prior to becoming a licensed attorney, Fallon was the Policy Advocate at the ACLU of Georgia where she focused her organizing and community work around voting rights and criminal justice reform, specifically the Smart Justice Campaign whose goals included ending racial disparities in incarceration. Fallon is a Georgia native, and she received a Bachelor’s of Arts in History from Georgia State University and a Juris Doctorate from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.