Nicole Sidman

A graduate of University of Michigan undergrad and law school, Nicole practiced law for about a decade, first in Atlanta and then in New York City, before stepping back from practicing to stay home with her family.  During that time, Nicole sat on the board, and served a two year term as President, of the PTA of P.S. 40 in Manhattan, volunteered as an attorney for the New York Civil Liberties Union Reproductive Rights Division and co-founded and chaired the Social Justice Committee at East End Temple in New York.  After moving to Charlotte, she served as campaign manager for Christy Clark’s 2018 successful bid as representative in HD 98, flipping a red seat to blue and helping to break the supermajority. Since 2021, Nicole has worked at Temple Beth El, the largest reform congregation in Charlotte in various capacities, starting as Social Justice Outreach Coordinator and currently serving as the Director of Congregational Life.

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