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The Maryland Bar Journal's Interview with HPRP Executive Director Kirsten Gettys Downs

Updated: Jun 19

In their Summer 2023 issue, the Maryland Bar Journal sat down with our executive director to learn more about her, from her interest in nature to how she views and participates in legal services and social advocacy. Read more here.

A magazine page featuring a smiling woman wearing a suit and leaning her left arm on the side of a marble counter.   To her left, a headline reads: ACCOUNTABILITY WARRIOR, ADVOCATE AND PUBLIC SERVANT  KIRSTEN GETTYS DOWNS Homeless Persons Representation Project  Photo courtesy of Travis Marshall Photography 54 MSBA.ORG | VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1  Smaller text to her lower left reads: THE HOMELESS PERSONS REPRESENTATION PROJECT (HPRP) primarily serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness and housing instability in Maryland. Led by Executive Director Kirsten Gettys Downs, HPRP advocates help clients obtain basic human needs like stable housing and critical public benefits, food stamps, veterans' benefits, health care, and more. By providing free, quality legal representation and bold advocacy, HPRP has worked behind the scenes to create meaningful change in the lives of Marylanders and our civil justice system at large.
Photo courtesy of Travis Marshall Photography

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