Téa is a staff attorney with NYLAG’s Elder Law Practice where she advises and counsels the elderly on advance directive documents including, Health Care Proxies, Powers of Attorneys, Living Wills and Last Wills and Testaments. She participates in community outreach programs, helping individuals get critical information and assistance for cash assistance, food stamps, Medicare and Medicaid. Téa is also a volunteer at the New York City Bar Association’s Monday Night Law Program. Prior to joining NYLAG she worked as Legal Information Specialist at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, assisting senior attorneys with legal research and writing. She graduated from SUNY University at Buffalo Law School where she was actively involved in the Buffalo Human Rights Law Review.