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A collection of member and tech project spotlights.

Today, we are spotlighting community member Heidi Behnke. Heidi is the Statewide Project Manager at Georgia Legal Services Program (GLSP). She is currently working on streamlining and integrating intake systems alongside strategic planning. In her free time, Heidi keeps herself busy with her two pets, Tiny and Scamp. Her favorite hobby is aerial acrobatics. According to Heidi, "Professional project management is growing in the legal aid community, and I'm interested in uniting us (attorneys and legal professionals) so that we see more success in our future endeavors".
Meet Emma Kimble, an LSNTAP Law Clerk and today's community member spotlight. Emma is a rising 3L at Ohio Northern University. Emma is the president of her school's Public Interest Legal Association (PILA) as well as a Student Law Ambassador. In her free time, Emma enjoys crocheting, hiking, and gardening. She recently spent a few weeks studying abroad in Iceland with ONU.  After graduation, Emma intends to pursue a career in family law.
Today, we are spotlighting community member Ryan Levels. Ryan is the Data and Evaluation Manager at Community Legal Aid and has lots of experience in mobile app development and software engineering. Ryan is currently pursuing a master’s degree in data science and is interested in machine learning and artificial intelligence. He is working on transitioning to legal server, data reports, and data visualizations.
Every day across the country and beyond, there are professionals working in the legal aid non-profit community whose roles cross over into the legal tech area. These roles include IT professionals, accidental techies, legal practitioners, legal aid management, and more. We want to introduce our members to people that are working in the trenches getting things done so that they feel that community spirit and know that they are not alone.
Have you ever wondered what technology projects that legal aid organizations and others in our community are working on across the country? LSNTAP staff was curious also, so we will be featuring some of those projects this year.  Do you have a technology related project that you think deserves some attention? Fill out our form and your project may be the next one in the spotlight.  

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