Director of Administration
A Massachusetts native, Adrienne attended the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, where she studied Social Thought and Political Economy. During college she became a passionate advocate for social change and worked on grassroots campaigns in the local community and on the state and national levels.
Prior to BFDP, Adrienne continued to focus on issues of the public interest and worked as a Campus Organizer where she recruited and trained college students to run campaigns and raise funds for the public interest. One of her biggest projects was the voter registration of thousands of new college age voters and mobilizing them to the polls on election day. She worked on environmental and consumer rights campaigns across the country, including Pennsylvania, Oregon, Florida, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, where she served on the Charles River Cleanup Steering Committee where she coordinated 2,000 volunteers to clean up the Charles River on Earth Day.
Adrienne joined the Brooklyn Family Defense Practice in 2007 when she moved to New York City. She is committed to the mission, staff, and clients of the Practice.