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North Georgia Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
Executive DirectorGrowing up, Eric Santos learned how much small acts of service can do for people in need through his church and other community service projects. These experiences showed him how precarious the livelihoods of people in vulnerable situations can be and sparked a lifelong commitment to advancing justice for disadvantaged people and communities. At Columbia Law School, he discovered a passion for tax law through his studies and deepened his commitment to social justice through pro bono work, including through the National Lawyers Guild. After law school, Eric practiced in the federal tax group of a large international law firm. In 2018, he founded the North Georgia LITC to help people who find themselves in difficult situations. He represents low income clients in controversies with the IRS and educates people in his community about their rights and responsibilities as taxpayers.
Andrew J. Clark
Community Outreach DirectorA New England native, Andrew has spent the last 5 years in Nicaragua and Peru. Serving various roles within nonprofits and serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua. For the last year and a half, Andrew was the Marketing Communications Specialist for a wildlife conservation center in the Amazon of Peru.
Andrew joined us to build and maintain relationships with key community partners to facilitate collaborative efforts to spread awareness of the organization.
Outside of the office, you can find Andrew traveling and exploring the landscapes of Georgia.
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