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Meet the Staff
Don't have a will? You're not alone! Now is a great time to start planning, and consider including a bequest to Generation Justice in your estate plans. Contact Laura Major for suggested bequest language and the Generation Justice tax ID for you to share with your attorney or financial planner.
Is Generation Justice already in your will, trust or other estate plans? Thank you! Please let us know about your plans because it helps Generation Justice plan for the future and may count toward a matching gift to increase its impact. Call or email Laura at Generation Justice and she will add your name to the Legacy Society. Your gift may remain anonymous, if you prefer.
Please contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org or (602) 710-1135 x702 to discuss your options for partnering with us to defend and protect abandoned, abused and trafficked children today.
Laura brings management, organizational, team-building, and strategic planning experience to the role of Chief Operating Officer at Generation Justice. She has held numerous managerial and director-level roles spanning a twenty year career that began at Fidelity Investments as retail website manager. A life-long proponent of individual rights and freedom, Laura spent five years working for national think-tank Cato Institute, overseeing its 25th anniversary, donor retreats, and event staff, while responsible for a million dollar plus budget. From Cato she joined the Goldwater Institute as Director of Donor Relations, where she worked closely with Darcy Olsen, Generation Justice's Founder and President. Laura spent over 12 years working for private schools in New England, helping to launch a successful $45 million campaign for Westover School's centennial, and overseeing fundraising efforts for The Master's School.
She attended Georgetown University where she earned a B.S. in Spanish with minors in Portuguese and Fine Art. Laura enjoys cooking for family and friends, reading to her children, and serving on the Advisory Board for FOCUS (Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools) New England. She is a past member of the San Diego Hotel Meetings Advisory Board and the Alumnae Board of Governors for Westover School.