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As Foundation president, she has conscientiously nurtured FFRF, always considering it a privilege to work for a nonprofit. She never gives up in her goal to keep church and state separate. She is a lightbulb-over-the-head-kind of person, never still except to take phone calls. A true activist, she moves swiftly: to organize protests, file lawsuits, and write erring officials. She rarely took vacations or even sick days. She has come into work most weekends for 20-some years, and is usually the last to leave the office. She has chosen the lawsuits we take and counts many of them as her most significant achievements.