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Meg Baker joined MLPB as the Operations Manager in October 2012. Meg has a long history working with nonprofit organizations dedicated to social change. Prior to joining MLPB, Meg worked at The Access Project (TAP), a nonprofit working to strengthen community action, promote social change, and improve health especially for those who are most vulnerable. At TAP, she was responsible for the day-to-day operation and management of the office including financial management, administrative staff management and space and facilities management. She has also worked at the Asian American Civic Association (AACA) working with their job training programs, providing case management and job readiness assistance.
(617) 336-7500 ext. 453
Attorney Jeannine Casselman is the Legal Director at MLPB. She was previously with the Rhode Island Center for Law and Public Policy and served as the Program Director for the Rhode Island Medical-Legal Partnership from 2011-2016. Ms. Casselman graduated from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2009 where she focused on public interest law. She interned with the Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights, South Coastal Counties Legal Services and the Community Mediation Center of Rhode Island.
(617) 336-7500 ext. 462
Andrea Darling is a Legal Advisor at MLPB. Before joining MLPB, Ms. Darling was a member of the private bar representing children and parents in child protection cases in Lowell Juvenile Court. Earlier in her career, she was Assistant General Counsel at Mathematica, a social policy research firm headquartered in Princeton, NJ. Ms. Darling began her legal career as a labor and employment associate at Nutter. She received her law degree from Duke University School of Law and her AB from Dartmouth College.
(617) 336-7500 ext. 463
Marsophia Ducheine is a Legal Advisor at MLPB. Before joining MLPB, Ms. Ducheine was a public defender at the Committee for Public Counsel Services in the Roxbury Defenders Unit. Ms. Ducheine received her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law. During her time in law school, Ms. Ducheine participated in the Prisoners’ Rights Clinic where she successfully represented her client before the parole board. She also interned at the Public Defender Service in DC, the Federal Public Defender Office in Boston, and at the Committee for Public Counsel Services in the Youth Advocacy Division and the Roxbury Office. Ms. Ducheine received her BS from Suffolk University.