Carolyn Klamp is the founding partner of Klamp & Associates, PC. She has represented nonprofit organizations since 1991. Carolyn has moderated numerous panels, including panels on funding AIDS projects worldwide, anti-terrorist financing, risk management, and employment issues faced by nonprofits. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1986 and is a member of the bar in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Mary Beth Gallagher is an attorney with a focus on international human rights and development. She has worked with several non-profits to conduct advocacy, represent clients in immigration matters, and manage programs. Mary Beth worked as an Associate at Klamp & Associates where she handled tax matters, facilitated the establishment of public charities, participated in negotiations on behalf of non-profit clients, and drafted documents including contracts, employment agreements, and policy guidelines. Mary Beth was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin, West Africa. She has a B.S. in Environmental Science from Boston College and a J.D. from American University Washington College of Law and is licensed to practice law in the state of New York.
Caroline graduated from the University of Michigan in 2009 with a degree in Philosophy and is currently a law student at Columbia Law School. Prior to entering law school, Caroline worked at Klamp & Associates, PC where she assisted non-profit organizations working in the fields of international development and international grant-making. She has interned and volunteered with several other nonprofit organizations and continues to work on pro bono projects as a law student.
Noura is a Paralegal/Program Officer at Klamp & Associates, PC. She has experience assisting non-profit clients with international grant-making, transactional finance, tax and governance issues. Noura has worked at several non-profit organizations to promote ethical media practices and multicultural understanding. She holds a B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies with a minor in History from The George Washington University.
Sean Sullivan is an associate at the law firm of Brody and Browne. Prior to joining Brody and Browne, he was a staff attorney with the Fair Housing Justice Center where he challenged housing discrimination, and an associate at Klamp and Associates in Washington, DC where he represented the interests of nonprofits. Sean holds a Bachelor of Arts from Brooklyn College and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center. While at Georgetown, Sean assisted low income residents of Washington, DC in tenant ownership transactions and served as an Executive Editor on the International Environmental Journal.