Welcome Gracie Gerlach!
Gracie Gerlach grew up in the Columbus area, specifically, Upper Arlington, Ohio. During high school, she interned at the Ohio Statehouse and grew passionate about the Ohio legislature and serving constituents.
She completed a double major in history and political science at The University of Alabama. Upon graduating in 2014, she returned to Columbus and enrolled at Capital University’s Law School. In the following summer, Gracie got to know NFIB as a legislative intern in the Ohio office.
After about a year, she was hired as the Member Services Coordinator working with grassroots and member benefits, serving members across the state of Ohio. She recently completed the Ohio Bar Exam and the week after began her role as the NFIB/Ohio Grassroots Manager.
“It has been a busy three years for me, but I am eager to start this journey to maintain and grow the grassroots program here in Ohio. I plan to continue the main objectives and goals we held over the past several years, but also have some fresh ideas of my own I plan to incorporate in the following months, based off my observations the past few years,” Gracie said.