Mary Krauze joined Children's Rights Society in April, 2017 as an educational advocate for Project SPEAK. In December, 2018, she became a child advocate for the Attorney for the Child program.
She has worked with incarcerated parents at state and local correctional facilities, including Mid-Orange Correctional Facility and The Children’s Center at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility. She has also served as an educational trainer for a children’s service agency and a domestic violence advocate for women and children impacted by homelessness and battering. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from William Paterson University with advanced training in criminal justice human services and the needs of children and families affected by intergenerational trauma, incarceration, and domestic violence.