State Sen. Danielle Conrad will transition into a position with the American Civil Liberties Union once she leaves office.
Conrad will become director of the ACLU of Nebraska in November.
Conrad, who is 37, will complete her second term as state senator at the end of the year. Term limits prohibits her from running for re-election.
Conrad is an attorney from Lincoln.
“Mrs. Conrad’s history of championing the basic rights and liberties of all Nebraskans is exemplary,” state ACLU President Leslie Seymore said in a written statement released by the ACLU.
Conrad worked with Nebraska Appleseed before being elected to the Unicameral, as policy counsel.