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Welcome to our Board!

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Six fine folks joined our Board of Directors this fall, so allow us to introduce them:

Nancy Drane (@Ndrane) is Pro Bono Director of the Children’s Law Center. She first joined Children’s Law Center as a staff attorney in 2003 and has also served as its Training Director. Nancy was co-chair of the DC Bar Family Law Section, and is an Adjunct Professor at American University’s Washington College of Law. Before attending law school, Nancy taught junior high in Chicago.

Anne King (@annewarrenking) is currently at Georgetown Law’s Institute for Public Representation, where she works with clinic students on civil rights cases and other public interest litigation. Anne is a DC native, and her professional background includes employment discrimination litigation, policy advocacy, and teaching elementary school.

Robin Murphy practiced in non-profit legal advocacy programs throughout the country before settling with her family in the DC area and joining the Legal Aid Society of DC. Three years ago, Robin entered federal government service to work in civil rights. Robin’s two children are now in college and she is enjoying having more time to participate in WCL.

Amy Senier is a Supervising Attorney/Teaching Fellow in the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic at Georgetown University Law Center, where she supervises test cases and fact-finding missions aimed at redressing discrimination against women in Africa. Amy was previously an associate at Foley Hoag LLP. Amy is an enthusiastic cyclist; she spends her non-working hours exploring DC on two wheels – day or night, in groups big or small.

David Steib is Assistant Director for the Office of Public Interest at American University Washington College of Law (the other WCL!). David previously worked as a housing attorney at Legal Aid Society of DC; for the past five years, he has been an active member of the DC Language Access Coalition. During the first year of Capital Bikeshare’s existence, David was one of the top five riders (measured by the number of trips taken).

Daria Zane is an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law and a member of the Criminal Justice Act panel for the DC Court of Appeals. Previously, Daria was a Special Master for the Court of Federal Claims, an Assistant US Attorney in DC, and a trial attorney in the DOJ Environment and Natural Resources Division. Not to be outdone by the other athletic members of our board, Daria is an avid soccer player.

Please join us in welcoming our new board members. We hope get a chance to meet them soon!


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