About Elizabeth K. Julian

Elizabeth K. (Betsy) Julian has 45 years experience as a poverty and civil rights lawyer and advocate. She has senior executive management experience in the non–profit and government sectors. She has authored numerous published articles, and spoken extensively on issues involving the intersection of race and poverty. In all her capacities she has dealt extensively with the development and implementation of public policy at the local, state and federal level in the areas of civil rights, fair housing, affordable housing and community development.

Ms. Julian brings her diverse professional portfolio to the job of advising clients on a wide range of matters related to mission focused advocacy and public policy. She is available to consult with legal services programs, philanthropic organizations and public and private sector entities who are interested in developing policies, practices and strategies that will effectively serve the goals of social, racial, and economic justice. She is also available for public speaking and writing engagements on these topics.

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About What I do

Counsel & Advice

I’m happy to share my knowledge, experience and perspective on issues from managing a mission driven non-profit, developing and working on substantive policy issues from both within and outside government, using litigation as a tool to advance a cause, and strategic planning related to all of those activities. Read More.

Writing & Speaking

I’m available for writing and speaking engagements. A selected list of my published articles and speaking engagements can be seen here. My fee for an article or speech depends on the nature of the specific engagement, and I would be happy to discuss that with you on an individual basis. See articles & speeches. Read More.