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PJC profile: Susan Francis

I give because the PJC always fights a good fight
May 8, 2014:  “My inspiration for continuing my involvement with the PJC stems from the amount of effort I see from both the clients and the staff members. The staff is very motivating, so as a board member and a donor they inspire me to shift to their needs in order to solve the issue at hand.” 
Susan Francis has kept her involvement in the public service sector and the PJC for over 20 years, before and after obtaining her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law. During law school, Susan interned at the PJC. One of her many tasks included conducting research and creating an outline for the Prisoners’ Rights Project, which the PJC used to help further the project. The Prisoners’ Rights Project advocates for humane conditions in prison facilities and youth who are charged and held in an adult prison. Susan’s biggest dream for the PJC is for the organization to complete the mission of ensuring that all Marylanders in need receive valued access to justice. Susan believes that the PJC has a great strategy and culture that allows it to continue to be a tenacious, smart, and committed social service organization.

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