Terri Eberle Katz

Development Coordinator

Terri Eberle Katz, JD, has 30 years of experience in grant writing, fundraising, government and community relations, and other aspects of nonprofit management. She has secured millions of dollars in government, corporate and foundation funds for a variety of nonprofit organizations across various disciplines.

As an undergrad and as a law student, Terri studied the Holocaust and international human rights law. She became passionate about ensuring human rights protections in US and international law, as well as promoting antidiscrimination education and public policy.

Throughout her career and her volunteer work, Terri has been committed to the advancement of human rights and social justice; her accomplishments include investigating and educating about housing discrimination, funding and implementing an undergraduate human rights curriculum, empowering students (particularly young women from underrepresented groups and first-generation college students) to participate in their communities as voters and advocates, engaging in community violence prevention efforts, promoting diverse voices in the arts and culture, and ensuring access to quality medical and mental health care for all. Terri is pleased to bring her experience in the social justice arena and expertise in all aspects of grants and fundraising to the Greenspon team.

Terri received her BA from State University of New York at Albany and her JD from the George Washington University Law School. Terri is active in her community, enjoys spending time with her husband, her teenage son, and their cockapoo, and loves reading and spending time outdoors.

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