Juvenile Law Center

Executive Director
Deputy Director and Chief Counsel
Associate Director
Child Welfare Policy Director
Senior Supervising Attorney
Staff Attorney
Staff Attorney
Staff Attorney
Staff Attorney
Staff Attorney
Zubrow Fellow
Zubrow Fellow
Juvenile Life without Parole Fellow
Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow
Development Associate, Donor Specialist
Litigation Paralegal
Development Associate, Database Specialist
Secretary
Youth Advocacy Program Manager
Marketing Manager and Digital Strategist
Director of Development
Youth Advocacy Program Manager
Director of Communications
Director of Operations
Co-Founder and Executive Director Emeritus

Marcia Hopkins, MSW

Youth Advocacy Program Manager

Marcía Hopkins joined Juvenile Law Center in October, 2016, and previously completed a one year graduate-level social work internship with our Youth Advocacy Programs in 2014-2015. As Youth Advocacy Program Manager, Marcia facilitates Juvenile Law Center’s Youth Advocacy Programs: Youth Fostering Change, Juveniles for Justice, and the Youth Speakers Bureau. She also works closely with our attorneys on various policy-focused projects related to foster youth and transition-aged youth.

Marcía earned her master’s degree in social work from Temple University. She graduated with honors from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. Prior to joining Juvenile Law Center, Marcia interned for Senator Robert Casey’s office, as part of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI).

She has also held a staff positions at Philadelphia’s Valley Youth House, where she worked as a Life Skills Counselor for former foster youth experiencing homelessness, and was a Programs Consultant with the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute’s Foster Youth Internship Program® and Angels In Adoption Program®.

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