Stacy Brustin, 28 years of social justice experience
Stacy Brustin coordinates Catalyzing Impact. She is a Professor of Law at the Catholic University of America where she directs the Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Clinic, a legal services program focused on social and economic justice for immigrants and refugees. She is also a member of the D.C. Access to Justice Commission and has had a long association as an attorney, community organizer, and Board member of Ayuda, a non-profit organization located in Washington D.C. and Virginia. She adjudicated claims of police misconduct as a hearing examiner with the D.C. Office of Police Complaints. B.A., Tufts U., J.D. Harvard Law School.
Veronica Letelier, 26 years of economic justice experience
Veronica Letelier coordinates Catalyzing Impact with over 26 years of experience in international development and project management. She has worked in diverse communities around the world with a focus on food and water security. Veronica has a background in budget management, government and foundation grant writing, and compliance monitoring. Veronica also has experience assessing institutions and organizations through operational and organizational lenses. She has successfully brought diverse partners together to accomplish complex objectives. She is currently involved in a variety of women’s rights initiatives. M.S., Kansas State University.
Julia Gutman, Web Coordinator
Julia Gutman is entering her second year at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is majoring in Social Work and has experience in web design and graphics.