Maggie was born and raised in Chicago but considers New York a second home. As a total foodie, she loves finding new places to eat and indulging in true crime podcasts in her downtime. Maggie admires Eleanor Roosevelt, especially her quote that reads, “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent”.
Juris Doctorate Degree
Role at Community Tax
Maggie is a valuable asset in our Phase 1 Department working as a dedicated P1 Investigations Practitioner. She’s responsible for reviewing new cases in its initial stages and pulling all the information necessary to create a strategic tax strategy. She provides clients with carefully considered advice regarding their tax problems and always tailors her services to meet the unique needs of each individual case. Maggie’s client-oriented approach and industry-leading customer service are just a few traits that make her so successful in her role.
Maggie joined Community Tax in August of 2019 as an Attorney Practitioner before transitioning into P1 Investigations. Prior to coming aboard, she worked as a domestic relations attorney and represented clients in their divorces, support, and custody issues from beginning to end. While studying at John Marshall Law School, Maggie clerked at a law firm and worked in the Veteran’s clinic. Prior to getting her J.D., she graduated from Binghamton University with a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy.