Marceline White, Executive Director
Marceline brings more than 20 years of management, fundraising, advocacy, research, and organizing experience to her position. In addition to consumer issues, Marceline has written and advocated on international trade, gender and development, labor rights, environmental justice, and reproductive rights. She is a contributing author to Trading Women’s Health and Rights? Trade Liberalization and Reproductive Health in Developing Economies (2006) and Women and Justice (2004) and has authored numerous policy reports, journal and media articles. She has presented her work before Members of Congress, U.S.Trade Representative (USTR) staff, and US Agency for International Development (USAID) officials. Marceline's research and advocacy on fair trade has been presented to government officials in Bangladesh, Kenya, Peru, and Jamaica. Marceline developed research and led trainings for USAID Missions in Bangladesh and Peru on gender and trade issues that led to changes in the Mission's programming. Marceline has been interviewed on national radio programs and interviewed by local, national, and international media including The Washington Post, Foreign Policy in Focus, and The Utne Reader. She holds a Masters of Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh and a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Robyn Dorsey is the Program Manager at the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition where she oversees the SOAR initiative advocating for Age-Friendly Banking and connecting older adults to community resources. Prior to coming to MCRC, Robyn was a Regional Organizer at NCRC where she provided technical support in leveraging the Community Reinvestment Act to organizations from Maryland to Maine. She has a Masters of Social Work in Social Action and Community Development from the University of Maryland. Robyn is a proud resident of Highlandtown, Baltimore and serves on the board of the Highlandtown Community Association.
Jen Diamond is the Communications and Porgram Associate at the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition. Her work at MCRC is primarily focused on issues around for-profit schools in Maryland. Before coming to MCRC, Jen worked as an arts administrator at the Hartford Stage Company in Hartford, Connecticut. She has held a number of roles in Baltimore nonprofits, including the Everyman Theatre, Single Carrot Theatre, and Art with a Heart. Jen graduated with honors from the Johns Hopkins University where she received a bachelor’s degree in Writing Seminars with a concentration in Women, Gender, & Sexuality. She is a proud alum of the Public Allies Maryland program.