Vice President for Development
Beth Stevens serves as the Institute for Justice's vice president for development, working closely with IJ President Chip Mellor to ensure that the Institute has the financial resources it needs. She joined IJ in 2001 from Citizens for a Sound Economy where she worked for eight years raising funds for various issue campaigns including civil justice reform, environmental policy, and tax and budget policy. Prior to that, she worked at George Mason University School of Law and the Law and Economics Center. At IJ, Beth is responsible for overseeing all fund raising activities, including helping ensure that as the Institute's donor base grows, our supporters will continue to receive the information and personal attention that are hallmarks of IJ.