Marie Lusk currently serves as the director for the office of student accessibility services at Rush University. Marie holds a BA in Sociology from Northern Illinois University, a Masters in Social Work from Aurora University and a Masters in Business Administration with a focus on Health Administration from St. Xavier University. With 20 years of experience in the field serving clients in primary, secondary, and post-secondary educational settings, advocating for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence with not for profit agencies and as a medical social worker within a community health center, Marie’s work is steeped in advocacy. For the past 9 years, she has focused in on accessibility in higher education, the past 5 years at Rush University with a focus on accessibility health science education. Marie serves as the Vice President of the board for A New Direction and Treasurer for Coalition for Disability Access in Health Science Education. Marie resides with her family in Chicago.