When she made the decision to further her formal education, she continued to do administrative work during the day while also working overnight as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) to put herself through college. After graduating, Mary eventually went on to work in the non-profit sector managing donor communications and business development for a homeless shelter with a drug and alcohol recovery program. Here she discovered that any field of work that helps others is the best combination for her skills and personality.
Mary has been home raising two busy boys for a number of years and is now returning to Moss Immigration Law where she can be part of the process of helping our clients navigate the immigration system. Immigration is very personal for Mary as both her parents immigrated from Germany following World War II.
In her free time, Mary enjoys traveling, cycling, hiking, reading, playing her guitar, writing, learning new things, and spending time with her family.