The executive director of Youth Tech, a group linked to former D.C. Council member Harry Thomas Jr., has agreed to plead guilty to lying on her 2009 tax return.

Danita Doleman, who had worked as a senior policy manager in the city’s homeland security department faces charges of failing to report $20,000 in income she received from her nonprofit in 2009.

A lawyer for Doleman said she is cooperating with prosecutors in a continuing investigation of Thomas’ activities.

Doleman’s group received $110,000 from the D.C. Children & Youth Investment Trust, $100,000 of which was sent to the D.C. Young Democrats and the funds were in turn used to cover expenses for the 51st State Inaugural Ball, which included $7,500 to Thomas for securing the entertainment, according to The Washington Post.

Last week, Thomas was sentenced to 38 months in prison for the theft of more than $350,000 from the trust. Prosecutors said the figure was actually closer to $446,000, including the $100,000 steered to the ball.

The money given to Youth Tech, according to The Post, came from a city fund that targeted drug prevention efforts. The decision to use the money to fund a political event was what caught prosecutors’ attention.