Aimee’s role provides direct advocacy services to survivors of crime with disabilities, as well as coordinating outreach and training aimed at advocating for survivors with disabilities on a systemic scale.
Prior to her work with Disability Rights Wisconsin, Aimee spent close to a decade advocating for individuals with economic disadvantages in the criminal and juvenile justice systems. Her background includes a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from UW-Madison, and many years on the UW-Madison campus employed in Psychology research, outreach around the achievement gap in schools, and academic advising. Outside of work, Aimee is passionate about running, kids (also kids’ running) and volunteering. She lives in Madison with her blended family.