Deb brings with her a strong background in research and education, having worked as a student teacher, substitute teacher, and education technician in the Northeast. No stranger to government agencies, her work as a licensed insurance agent and as a support specialist developing parent advocate programs have enabled her to apply her education in a variety of professional settings. Deb graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of Maine with a Bachelor of Science in Education and went on to study Mental Health counseling at Walden University. Her experience includes helping families who have children with disabilities access community supports, and she has also worked with the Supportive Services for Veterans and Families program helping reduce the homeless veterans’ crisis.
Deb joined AMAC’s under 65 Health Insurance department and worked as a license health insurance agent before transitioning to the AMAC Foundation. Her career experience has prepared her well for dealing with the public in diverse circumstances. In many of these situations, Deb has been instrumental in developing and coordinating myriad technical and administrative routines, as well as assessing problem areas and recommending solutions. Deb is a resident of Inverness, Florida.