Blakely I. Mohr

Ainsley Dorsey

Ainsley Dorsey is an intern with the SFP Strategic Projects and Initiatives team. She is a third-year student at the University of Texas at Austin studying government, economics, and business Spanish. On campus, she was Student Government Hook the Vote Co-Director, Vice President of External Communication for Not on My Campus, and a Texas Civic Ambassador.

Off campus, Ainsley has interned for a law firm in Dallas, Texas. In the fall of 2021, she was an Archer Fellow, a University of Texas System program to connect Texans to Washington, D.C. After graduation, she plans to earn a master’s degree in Public Policy and a law degree.​ Her policy interests are in reproductive justice, survivor advocacy, civic engagement, and proactive, antiracist tax and budget policies.”


The University of Texas at Austin Anticipated: May 2023

B.A., Government

GPA: 4.00



Texas Civic Ambassadors, Austin, TX August 2020 – Current

Cohort Member

● Attended a 4-day conference with 27 hours of communications, civic leadership, and civil discourse training.

● Received training on how to receive and analyze data, especially in regards to Texas civic health.

Student Government, Austin, TX September 2019 – Current

Longhorn Legislative Aides – Hook the Vote Co-Director

● Advised an initiative to implement Diversity & Inclusion tags for Student Government agencies.

● Researched, wrote, and presented a comprehensive report on the conduct of the legislative assembly, in partnership with the ethics and oversight committee.

● Supported Women’s Resource Agency in directing Amplify: UT Women’s Voices and an International Women’s Day campaign, in collaboration with companies such as Bumble, Outdoor Voices, and Kendra Scott.

● Created a service project that raised over $4,000 to support men and women coming out of homelessness at Community First! Village in Austin.

● Contacted companies such as Domino’s Pizza & Yerba Mate to support an outreach event that impacted over 35,000 students.

● Appointed Hook the Vote Co-Director, to encourage civic engagement on campus, for the 2020-2021 school year.

Deeds Not Words, Austin, TX February 2020 – Current

Reproductive Justice Committee Chair

● Managed & advised my committee in creating a reproductive justice alliance on campus by creating a call sheet to consolidate resources for menstrual equity & health.



The Mohr Law Firm, Fort Worth, TX March 2020 – Current

Legal Assistant I

● Compiled both quantitative and qualitative data by using various databases & spreadsheets for billing purposes.

● Created persuasive talking points to grow the firm’s social media presence.

● Drafted legal memos, letters, notices, motions, and orders for the courts and the clients.

● Handled all incoming and outgoing mail, faxes, phone calls, and scanned documents.

Project Protect, Austin, TX (Virtual) March 2020 – July 2020

Administrative Director

● Constructed a fundraising program to provide Personal Protective Equipment for frontline healthcare workers.

● Fundraised over $7,800 in less than a month for the nonprofit, DirectRelief.

● Managed a team of 30 individuals to build a network of support through cold-emailing over 500 UT Austin clubs/organizations, news outlets, and local representatives.

Dancing for Diapers, Fort Worth, TX June 2016 – June 2019

Non-profit founder

● Developed an education program that addresses the lack of paper product coverage under federal welfare stamps.

● Collected over 3,000 diapers and 4,000 wipes for marginalized women and children in my community through planning over 15 outreach events.

● Created and managed a team of 30 passionate individuals through effective interpersonal communication, Slack, Google Drive, and efficient team meetings.

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950 E State Hwy 114 Suite 160,
Southlake, TX 76092

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1209 E Belknap St,
Fort Worth, TX 76102

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909 NE Interstate 410, Suite 500B
San Antonio, Texas 78209