Maggie serves as a Research Fellow and Staff Attorney at Napa Legal Institute. Prior to her current role, Maggie was an associate attorney with a Chicago-based law firm which specialized in nonprofits and tax-exempt organizations. While there, Maggie helped clients with legal guidance on matters including corporate formation, governance, and tax and regulatory compliance. Maggie also has experience with financial compliance matters, implementation of U.S. sanctions programs, and cyber-security risk management. She is particularly interested in the intersection of business and law and helping nonprofit organizations navigate the complexities involved in that area. Maggie attended Texas A&M University on a National Merit Scholarship and received an undergraduate degree with honors in Finance and Business. Maggie earned CALI awards for her work in Constitutional Law and Administrative Law while studying at Chicago Kent Law School. Maggie also studied Spanish law during a semester at the University of Navarra in Pamplona, and she received a certificate in Legal Spanish from American University Washington College of Law.