Deborah Lurie is a licensed attorney with experience representing parents and youth with the King County Department of Public Defense. In that position, she represented clients in Dependencies, Terminations, Involuntary Commitments, At Risk Youth, Child in Need of Services, Truancy and Juvenile Offender cases, as well as adult misdemeanor and felony proceedings. Ms. Lurie graduated from Franklin and Marshall College and earned her J.D. at American University Washington College of Law.
Mary Moskowitz is a licensed attorney with experience representing parents in dependency and termination of parental rights. Prior to joining OFCO, Ms. Moskowitz was a dependency attorney in Yakima County and then in Snohomish County. She has also represented children in At Risk Youth and Truancy proceedings; and has been an attorney guardian ad litem for dependent children. Ms. Moskowitz graduated from Grand Canyon University and received her J.D. from Regent University.
Cristina Limpens is a social worker with extensive experience in public child welfare in Washington State. Prior to joining OFCO, Ms. Limpens spent approximately six years as a quality assurance program manager for Children's Administration working to improve social work practice and promote accountability and outcomes for children and families. Prior to this work, Ms. Limpens spent more than six years as a caseworker working with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Ms. Limpens earned her MSW from the University of Washington. She joined OFCO in June 2012.