Stacie Berger Siebrecht
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Currently, Stacie Berger Siebrecht focuses on ensuring that Disability Rights Washington provides high quality services, recruiting and supervising legal interns, class action enforcement, and development and implementation of disability history curriculum for elementary students. Stacie’s past work at Disability Rights Washington includes a focus on class action litigation on behalf of individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health needs.
Prior to working at Disability Rights Washington, she worked at the Disability Law Center in Boston, Massachusetts as a Skadden Fellow and clerked for the Honorable Raymond J. Pettine, United States District Judge for the District of Rhode Island. While at the Disability Law Center, she served as co-counsel on Rolland v. Cellucci, a class action on behalf of individuals with developmental disabilities in nursing facilities. She has presented on numerous topics including Olmstead planning, litigating nursing facility cases, representing individuals with disabilities, and obtaining attorneys’ fees in civil rights cases. Stacie is a graduate of New York University School of Law and Duke University.