Carly Traub is an attorney in Portland, ME. Carly graduated from Brown University in 2009 where she majored in Human Biology and rowed for four years on the Women’s Crew Team. After graduating, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania teaching high school math and physics and running girls empowerment conferences with fellow volunteers. Carly then attended the University of Maine School of Law where, as a student attorney with the Human Rights and Refugee Clinic, she represented individuals seeking asylum and other forms of immigration relief. After graduating in 2015, she continued to practice immigration law before serving as a judicial law clerk for the District Courts in York County. Carly currently serves on the board of the Kennebunk Beach Triathlon Club and is passionate about using sport to improve girls’ and women’s self-esteem, to challenge gender stereotypes and to develop leadership skills. She lives with her husband and dog in South Portland. In her free time, she enjoys baking, crafting, swimming, biking, and running.
Five Questions with Carly
Favorite book: The Odyssey by Homer
Woman (dead or alive) to have dinner with: my grandmothers
Favorite feminist anthem: I’m Coming Out by Diana Ross
Favorite place to go on a feminist rant: anywhere
Perfect day (in one sentence): Morning run. Walk with my husband and dog on the beach. Swim in the ocean and lobster roll for dinner.