Attorney Profile

Tammy Stinnett has a proven track record of skillfully managing the administrative and legislative tasks of HJM.  With over 17 years of experience, Stinnett’s passion and strong work ethic help her to successfully manage the day-to-day operations of HJM along with her legislative responsibilities.
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Tammy K. Stinnett

Legislative Assistant/Government Relations Specialist

Tammy Stinnett has a proven track record of skillfully managing the administrative and legislative tasks of HJM. With over 17 years of experience, Stinnett’s passion and strong work ethic help her to successfully manage the day-to-day operations of HJM along with her legislative responsibilities.

Legislative Assistant/Government Relations Specialist

Tammy K. Stinnett has a proven track record of skillfully managing the administrative and legislative tasks of Harris Jones & Malone.  With close to 20 years of experience, Stinnett’s passion and strong work ethic help her to successfully manage the day-to-day operations of Harris Jones & Malone along with her legislative responsibilities.  In her role as Legislative Assistant, Stinnett prepares 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 Harris Jones & Malone’s clients.  In addition, she coordinates the completion and filing of required local and state lobbyist compliance forms.  In 2018, Stinnett was elected to serve on the Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee for Maryland’s 41st Legislative District, where she also serves as the Recording Secretary and Chair of the Communications Committee.  She is a graduate of Baltimore City Community College.

College:
Baltimore City Community College, Baltimore, MD (A.A.S., 2011).
Recognized as Volunteer of the Year in 2017 by The Mount Washington School; 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.
Co-Chair of the Communications Committee, Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee (2018-present); 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); Troop Leader, Girl Scouts Central Maryland (2011-2017). 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).