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Becky Reynolds, Development Associate

Becky Reynolds

Becky originally came to the PJC in the summer of 2004, at the age of 15, as a Law Links intern. As a Law Links intern, Becky worked with the PJC for eight weeks during the summer before her junior year of high school. The University of Maryland School of Law’s Law Links program places high school students as interns with organizations in the legal field and offers regular opportunities to reflect upon their experiences with fellow participants and faculty.

She has since graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland (2010) with a major in Psychology and a minor in Women Studies. She has since worked as a Housing Paralegal at the Public Justice Center, and is now the Development Associate.

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Kathleen Elliott

Kathleen Gregory joined the Public Justice Center’s development team in July 2019 to lead its fundraising efforts. Prior to PJC, Kathleen served as Director of Development & Communications for Paul’s Place. She has also raised funds for Central Scholarship, Baltimore Community Foundation, Maryland Food Bank, and Strong City Baltimore (then Greater Homewood Community Corporation).

She is vice chair of the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Political Action Committee and volunteers as a Tax Preparer for CASH Campaign of Maryland.

Kathleen earned the Certified Fund Raising Executive credentials in 2007, demonstrating her mastery of fundraising principles, techniques, and ethics and her commitment to lifelong learning. She graduated with honors from Allegheny College with a major in Environmental Studies and minors in Communication Arts and Psychology and from North Park University with a Masters’ in Nonprofit Administration.

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Erin Brock

Erin Brock is the Development Manager at the Public Justice Center. Since joining the PJC in 2010, she has contributed to the organization’s fundraising efforts and managed communications with supporters. She enjoys sharing the stories of how PJC staff, clients, allies, and donors are working for justice in Baltimore and beyond. She has also served as a volunteer in various capacities with the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Maryland Chapter. Prior to serving at the PJC, Erin worked for Lutheran World Relief in communications and constituent engagement. She graduated summa cum laude from Luther College with a major in religion and a minor in international studies.

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