Ann received her law degree from Temple University Law School and an MSW from the University of Pennsylvania. Upon graduation from law school, Ann worked as a staff attorney and legal director for the Homeless Advocacy Project in Philadelphia where she represented homeless adults and children in civil legal matters, and supervised lawyers and law students at free legal clinics throughout Philadelphia. As a representative of the Homeless Advocacy Project, Ann was an active member the Open Door Coalition, working on a variety of policy matters affecting Philadelphia’s homeless community. Ann was also responsible for hiring and supervising law student interns and staff attorneys for the Homeless Advocacy Project. After leaving practice, Ann became an associate director in the Office of Career Planning and Placement at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. During her eight year tenure at Penn Law, Ann worked with students and alumni seeking both public and private summer and permanent legal employment. In addition, she was the primary administrator of the Greater Philadelphia Area Law Schools’ Public Interest/Public Service Job Fair. Although she was the point person for students seeking public sector employment, Ann counseled and educated all students and graduates in the basics of career development and all-sector job search strategies. Ann counsels all J.D. students and acts the CPC’s primary point of contact for transfer and visiting J.D. students. In addition, Ann is involved with the development and implementation of the career educational programming, including managing and expanding the first year career development curriculum.