Marly Moil Lazenby, Paralegal
Marly joined SCLC in December 2014 with a clear mission to make a difference in the lives of low-income individuals. As a court clerk and an immigration paralegal she has worked with individuals and families of diverse backgrounds and from all over the world. Her true passion is helping empower people to overcome fear, disadvantage, and injustice.
Hannah Rosenberger, DHAP Directing Attorney
Hannah joined SCLC in December of 2014. She received her law degree from Seattle University School of Law and her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington. As a law student, Hannah worked with many non-profit legal service organizations, including SCLC, and is dedicated to promoting greater access to the legal system for underserved communities. At SCLC, Hannah works with adults who are homeless and living with disabilities to help them secure SSI/SSDI benefits.
Michael C. Martin II, SSAP Directing Attorney
Michael graduated from the George Washington University Law School and worked as a civil litigator in Washington, D.C. before joining SCLC in March of 2015. As Directing Attorney of the Social Security Advocacy Project (SSAP), Michael relishes the opportunity to use his advocacy skills to help homeless and low-income clients maintain their Social Security and SSI benefits. He understands that there are many bureaucratic obstacles that make if frustrating to challenge an over-payment or termination of benefits, and loves being able to help clients understand the system and fight for their rights.
Daniel Parker, Mobile Attorney
Daniel joined SCLC in September of 2017 as the Mobile Attorney. He attended the University of Redlands for undergraduate and Seattle University School of Law to obtain his law degree. After graduating from Seattle University, Daniel worked at an organization in Seattle that helps people experiencing homelessness find jobs and stable housing. Now, he is working in South King County to provide legal assistance for those who need help obtaining or maintaining their Social Security benefits. He uses his background in social services to help clients navigate complicated systems and overcome administrative barriers.
Shannon Wong, Development Coordinator
Shannon graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology before joining SCLC in June of 2018. While attending the University of Washington, Shannon developed a passion for learning more about economic inequality, the intersection of poverty and incarceration and avenues to pursue criminal justice reform. Before working at SCLC, Shannon developed a desire to help people living in vulnerable populations while spending over five years volunteering for the Seattle Red Cross of King & Kitsap County. Outside of work, Shannon dedicates her time to helping children with life threatening illnesses while volunteering at the Make a Wish Foundation, and uses her Sociology degree to advocate for individuals who are homeless in the Seattle community where she was born and raised.
Alex KF Doolittle, Executive Director
Alex became SCLC’s executive director in July 2009 after representing hundreds of people in Social Security matters as directing attorney at SCLC. Alex graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a B.A. in Women’s Studies and Anthropology, and from the University of North Dakota School of Law. As a law student, Alex was the Student Director of the UND Law Clinical Education Program. Alex utilizes her law degree as a tool to give a voice to individuals and entities that traditionally do not have a voice in the law. She has worked to help clients stand-up for their rights in state and federal court as well as in administrative venues to enforce the First Amendment, the ADA, WA Growth Management Act, WA Shoreline Management Act, and the Social Security Act.
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