Meredith Williams will begin her final year at Georgetown University Law Center in the fall of 2011. Prior to law school, Meredith worked as a consultant for the PBS Foundation, where she supported their fundraising efforts with research and analysis, wrote grant proposals, and helped develop new donor relationships. Prior to that, she worked for seven years in human resources at the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), where she managed the performance management and compensation systems, managed the organization's diversity and outreach initiatives, and provided analytical and strategic support for organizational transitions. As a member of Georgetown Law’s Community Justice Project clinic in spring, 2011, Meredith and three other law students worked with Parma, an organization that provides support for and advocates for LGBT individuals and their partners. The project team helped Parma begin to better understand the challenges that Indian female-to-male transgender people face in their daily lives. The team also developed strategies to solve some of these problems within the existing legal framework and identified areas for future advocacy to affect policy change. Meredith will continue to work with Parma over the summer to further develop and execute some of the strategies identified during the spring.