I am a recent graduate of American University Washington College of Law and a member of the California Bar. My passion for disability rights and legal advocacy began when I volunteered with a special education class in Oakland, CA. I then worked as a special education aide for two years. At Washington College of Law, I interned with the National Disability Rights Network, Disability Rights California, and the Disability Rights Section of the Department of Justice. I also served as a student attorney with WCL's Disability Rights Law Clinic. As a member of the Journal of Gender, Social Policy, and the Law, I authored an analysis applying Olmstead v. L.C. to integrated employment services that was selected for publication. Following law school, I worked at Disability Rights D.C. and Disability Rights California.