Staff Profile: Bill Mojica

Bill Mojica joined PBRC in 2022 and serves as the Director of Development. Bill oversees PBRC’s fundraising efforts, building relationships with individuals, corporations, and foundations. Bill provides oversight on all grant funding opportunities. Bill also contributes to board development, event planning and management, marketing and public relations efforts, and strategic planning for the organization.

Where did you grow up?

Baltimore, MD

What brought you to Maryland/Baltimore?

I have lived here my entire life.

Where did you go to school and what was your major/focus?

I went to Towson University. My major was Psychology.

What are your interests/hobbies outside of PBRC?

I have been an assistant football coach at Calvert Hall College HS for over 18 years, and coached recreation sports with my kids for 11 years. I also play drums in a local band, KARMA.

How did get involved with PBRC?

I worked for an international foundation, but deeply missed working with a grassroots organization. PBRC is a well-respected non-profit with a rich history of fundraising. It’s been an honor to work with such a talented team.

What were you doing prior to working here?

I have been a fundraiser for 18 years and worked for non-profits for 32.

What do you do at PBRC?

I am the Director of Development.

What is your proudest accomplishment? 

As a professional, spearheading a capital campaign with the Woodbourne Center, to build a Vocational Center for the residents and local community.

What motivates you, andwhat is a quote that inspires you to do the work you do?

I am motivated to be a servant leader; to be a voice for those that are unable to do so. My favorite quote is from Neil Peart (drummer for RUSH), “A spirit with a vision is a dream with a mission.”

What has been your most meaningful experience with PBRC?

When I first joined PBRC, I spent the morning with our CPP team in court, listening to stories of people faced with significant debt. A mother of 3 young children spoke with our paralegal and staff attorney. They were able to help her save over $700. The immediate relief of stress to her family that our team provided was overwhelming to witness. She was quite thankful. The impact that a few minutes of time truly resonated with me.

What developments within PBRC have you found most exciting or promising during your time?

The level of dedication to provide legal services, training, and partnerships within the state of Maryland from our team is extraordinary.

What do you appreciate about PBRC’s mission?


What do you find unique or distinctive about PBRC within Maryland’s legal landscape?

That we provide day-or-court services around the state.

What message would you give to people thinking about supporting PBRC, either with their time as a volunteer or as a donor?

Consider donating to PBRC as the needs of our community continues to grow. More than 80% of people in poverty cannot afford a lawyer. Your support allows us provide critical legal services across our state. We need your help.

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