TDD 1-800-255-0056 Statewide for hearing impaired Atlanta Central Office 104 Marietta Street, Suite 250 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 206-5175 or 1-800-498-9469 Pro Bono Project of the State Bar of Georgia 104 Marietta Street, Suite 100 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 527-8762 or 1-800-334-6865 Farmworker Rights 104 Marietta Street, Suite 250 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 463-1633 or 1-800-537-7496 GLSP provides free language interpretation for non-English-speaking callers.Georgia Legal Services Program (GLSP) seeks an Executive Director to lead this nonprofit corporation, with a mission of providing civil legal services for Georgians with low incomes, creating equal access to justice and opportunities out of poverty.”But not everybody believed in me.” Until she met producer Jazze Pha (Toni Braxton, Out Kast) in 2002.Within five days of meeting her, he signed her to his new Sho’Nuff label. People build you up so they can see you tumble.” Clearly, these people don’t know who they’re messing with.I can’t think of a more just and worthy cause.” As Executive Director, the successful candidate will serve as the public face of GLSP and its clients, funders, community organizations, bar leaders, private donors, and business and civic communities; grow and diversify resources to support GLSP’s work; and move GLSP forward into the future with technology and service to clients, among other tasks.Experience leading an organization of significant size that is diverse in geography, program and staff is desired, as well as experience in financial oversight, development of budgets, and compliance with grant and contract requirements, and the practice of law including litigation and management of litigation.
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In order to receive full consideration, candidates are urged to submit their materials by December 15, 2017.
“Pursuing equal access to justice for all as Executive Director of Georgia Legal Services Program has been my life’s work, and I could not feel more grateful,” says Phyllis Holmen, GLSP’s current director who is retiring early next year.
“GLSP has some of the most talented attorneys in the country on staff working to change the system for the better for people with low incomes.
Every person—regardless of economic status—deserves their day in court to seek justice.