Mary is an attorney on Access Living’s civil rights team. She represents people with disabilities in discrimination cases, conducts education and outreach about disability rights laws, and is involved in public policy advocacy. Formerly, as an attorney at Prairie State Legal Services, Mary represented homeowners in foreclosure. Prior to law school, Mary taught middle and high school special education in New York City. She completed her undergrad degree at Loyola University in Chicago and received a master’s degree in special education from Pace University. She graduated from John Marshall Law School in the top 3 percent of her class.
Areas of Expertise: Legal, Program Development, Public Policy
Interests: Arts & Culture, Civil Rights, Community Inclusion, Disability Rights, Education, Employment, Government, Healthcare, Philanthropy, Policy, Social Services, Sports & Recreation, Transportation