Anne has a long history of advocacy for the disabled- she is relentless in her advocacy for inclusion and access. She has diverse professional experience: her past work includes law school teaching, notably bioethics (she has a Ph.D. in public policy), healthcare regulation, and finance (Medicaid and Medicare). She was a managing attorney for legal services and early in her career represented migrant farmworkers bringing one of the first state cases involving their access to fair pay.
Over the past two decades, Anne has been primarily focused on Social Security Disability law, representing thousands of SSDI and SSI claimants at all stages of the application and appeals process. Anne has taught seminars (basic and advanced) to lawyers and paralegal through the National Business Institute (NBI).
When not working, her passion is combining advocacy with world travel in places like Uganda, and Papua New Guinea. Her favorite leisure activity is spending time with her adult grandkids!