Georgia supports ivoh in developing programs and maximizing outcomes. A lawyer by training, she is a communications and advocacy specialist with 15-plus years experience improving perception, practice and public policy for national, state and local nonprofit organizations by reframing challenges, identifying policy and program solutions, and influencing decision makers.

She has expertise in human service and social justice issues, including child welfare, gender, health, poverty and international development, with experience at organizations such as Public Health Solutions, the Economist Intelligence Unit, the Donaldson Adoption Institute, Institute for Children and Poverty and United Way of America. Georgia also advised foundations and philanthropists on strategic grantmaking while at Merrill Lynch’s Private Bank.  She graduated from Georgetown University Law Center and with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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