Attorney Profile

Tammy Stinnett has nearly two decades of managerial, administrative, and legislative experience.  Since joining HJM in 2002, Stinnett manages the day-to-day operations of HJM and provides administrative and legislative support to the members of the firm.
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Tammy Stinnett

Legislative Assistant/Government Relations Specialist

Tammy Stinnett has nearly two decades of managerial, administrative, and legislative experience. Since joining HJM in 2002, Stinnett manages the day-to-day operations of HJM and provides administrative and legislative support to the members of the firm.
Tammy 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.
Stinnett earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Hospitality from Baltimore City Community College where she was recognized as a Meritorious Honors Scholar in 2009 and 2010.

Stinnett has served on the board and as the President of the Mount Washington School Parent/Teacher Organization where she was recognized by then-Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake as One of Baltimore’s Top Neighborhood Moms and recognized as the Volunteer of the Year.  She has also served on the West Arlington Improvement Association of Baltimore City, Inc.

 

Stinnett successfully emerged from a field of twenty-three candidates and was elected to one of the seven seats on the Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee for Legislative District 41.  She was elected to the Executive Committee as the Recording Secretary, selected to serve as a Member on the Maryland Democratic Party Executive Board Committee, and appointed as Chair of the Communications Committee.  In 2022, Stinnett was re-elected for a second term.