Tammy K. Stinnett
Tammy Stinnett has nearly two decades of managerial, administrative, and legislative experience. Since joining Harris Jones & Malone, LLC in 2002, Ms. Stinnett manages the day to day operations of HJM and provides administrative and legislative support to the members of the firm.
In her role as the Legislative Assistant, Ms. Stinnett drafts written testimony; monitors legislative hearings and floor sessions in Annapolis; tracks and monitors state and local legislation; and arranges meetings with members of the Maryland General Assembly, local legislators, and appropriate state and local agency representatives on behalf of HJM’s clients. In addition, to make certain that HJM’s clients are on the front lines of political and industry specific news from across Maryland, Ms. Stinnett provides daily e-mails entitled “Headlines from HJM” to the firm’s clients.
On behalf of HJM, Ms. Stinnett also successfully coordinates the completion and filing of lobbyist registration forms and other activity reports required by the Maryland State Ethics Commission and all other local jurisdictions where HJM represents its clients (namely, Baltimore City, and Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Howard, Prince George’s, and Montgomery Counties).
Ms. Stinnett has served as the communication hub for legislative and policy events impacting HJM clients. She regularly communicates with clients and Maryland’s elected officials, agency heads and staff establishing exceptional relationships.
Outside of HJM, Ms. Stinnett has taken an active interest in Maryland and Baltimore City politics. Over the past 17 years, Ms. Stinnett has canvassed, participated in door-to-door campaigns, and performed phone banking for several elected officials and candidates. In 2016, Ms. Stinnett served as a Social Media Coordinator for Betsy Gardner, a candidate for 5th District Baltimore City Council. In 2018, Ms. Stinnett was elected to serve on the Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee for Maryland’s 41st Legislative District.
Baltimore City Community College, Baltimore, MD (A.A.S., 2011).
Recognized as Volunteer of the Year by The Mount Washington School in 2017; Named One of Baltimore’s Top Neighborhood Moms in 2014 by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake; Named as a Leader in the Workplace by YWCA Greater Baltimore in 2012; and Recognized as a Meritorious Honors Scholar by Baltimore City Community College in 2009 and 2010.
Recording Secretary & Member, Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee (2018-present); Secretary, West Arlington Improvement Association of Baltimore City, Inc. (2016-present); President, The Mount Washington School Parent/Teacher Organization (2013-2017); Member, Journey Home Benefit Committee, Baltimore City’s 10-year plan to end homelessness (2012); and At-Large Board Member, Parent/Teacher Organization (2012-2013).