P.G. has 15+ years of experience in nonprofit leadership, public policy development, legal instruction, writing, research and analysis. Her specialty areas include disability law and advocacy, employment discrimination law, business law and ethics. She is currently an Adjunct Professor teaching graduate-level business law for Saint Joseph College of Maine. She also serves as Of-Counsel at a boutique law firm where she counsels small businesses about lifecycle decisions and special needs planning. Prior to this, she worked for government contractor Concepts, where she worked with government agencies to develop policy agendas related to the employment of persons with disabilities. From 2002-2004, as the founding Legal Director of the Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, she designed and directed a comprehensive legal program with the goal of improving services and quality of life for DC residents. From 1999-2002, as an attorney-advisor at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, she wrote policy guidance, spoke nationally on the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act, and adjudicated Federal worker employment discrimination appeals cases. She received her JD from American University and her BA from Washington University in St. Louis. She is looking to utilize her skills and experience in a non-legal capacity.