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Georgia Katsoulomitis is the Executive Director of Massachusetts Law Reform Institute. Georgia is an attorney with significant nonprofit management, business development, strategic communications and public policy experience. Her policy interests include structural and intergenerational poverty, community based and cross sector antipoverty initiatives, and child poverty. After completing post-law school judicial clerkships at the D.C. Superior Court and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Georgia served in the Clinton Administration as a Special Assistant to U.S. Labor Secretaries Robert B. Reich and Alexis Herman. She was a Vice President at Robinson Lerer and Montgomery, a New York-based international communications firm, where she specialized in strategic philanthropy, government affairs and litigation communications. Upon returning to her native state of Massachusetts, she served as the Managing Director of the Boston Bar Foundation and as the Interim Executive Director of the Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston. Georgia is a graduate of Tufts University and the Catholic University School of Law. A LeadBoston 2004 Fellow, she is active in many community organizations. Georgia serves on the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission and on the Massachusetts Federal Judicial Nominations Advisory Committee.
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