Meghan Marsh calls fighting for the rights of people with disabilities her purpose. After volunteering at a Head Start program and then completing an internship at a children’s psychiatric hospital, she developed the desire to “fight systemic problems” that she saw through her work at both agencies. Marsh, 53, has spent 30 years as a disability rights advocate. In 2020, she was awarded the Benjamin L. Cardin Public Service Award by the Maryland Carey Law Alumni Board.
Fighting for the rights of people with disabilities
October 16, 2023