Cash Campaign of Maryland
Jack Mirabella, policy manager for CASH Campaign of Maryland, draws on their experience as a lawyer and as a social worker to advocate for low- to moderate-income Marylanders.
Community service drives Mirabella’s career and personal life. They see a number of clients through pro bono legal clinics across Baltimore and plans to expand their pro bono practice throughout their career.
Mirabella is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work and is co-chair of the Maryland Alliance for the Poor, a coalition of 25 organizations that advocates for policies that promote equity and reduce poverty. Mirabella also is a mentor to women in recovery from addiction and alcoholism and to people seeking law or social work degrees. They hold a juris doctorate from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and earned a master of social work degree from the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
I am grateful to be able to use my legal (and other) education to advocate for financial empowerment for communities which are most often overlooked. My ideals and contributions demonstrate that the legal community can play a major role in building a more equitable state and nation.”