Maya works in the field of public education and holds degrees in psychology, behavior analysis and law. She began her career as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst developing interventions for children with complex disabilities, but currently serves as a licensed attorney on matters related to K-12 education. Maya has a long-standing dedication to equity and improving outcomes by promoting educational excellence for all children and youth.
Maya has served in many roles, including special education teacher, autism consultant, district coordinator for specialized programs and staff trainer. She currently provides oversight in areas including public records law, policy development and civil rights. Although Maya does not have a background in drum corps, she is a supporter of the arts and believes that programmatic rigor and youth engagement are critical to developing future leaders.