Dorry works to tell ReThink’s story, from managing our website and blog to positioning the organization and its principals as thought leaders in movement-building through advocacy communications. She collaborates with the Analysis team to tell ReThink’s story of impact, and designs and delivers external communications campaigns to share stories of ReThink’s work, including issue campaigns, coalition efforts, case studies and wins, and assists along the way. Prior to becoming the Director of Communications, Dorry spent five years leading digital strategy for ReThink.
Dorry earned her master's degree in Communication at Johns Hopkins University, with concentrations in digital, nonprofit, and corporate communication. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from American University. Previously, Dorry managed communications for the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health, where she led trainings ranging from “Twitter 101” to “Rapid Response" and "Using Social Media to Enhance Health and Safety Campaigns.” Before that, she worked in the press shop at Public Citizen and as a journalist in Northern Virginia.
In her "free" time, Dorry loves cooking, hiking, and keeping up with her twin boys.