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. Mary currently works in the Attorney for the Child Program and the SPEAK Education Law 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.