Maggie Roffee

Maggie Roffee

Maggie Roffee brings more than 30 years of disability policy and program employment experience to the Disability:IN team. In her current position she oversees several committees and provides direction for the annual conference.

Maggie retired from the U.S. Department of Labor on Jan. 31, 2010, where she was a senior Business Development Specialist. In this position she coordinated activities with large and small corporations and was the federal program manager for the Job Accommodation Network (JAN) service and the Campaign for Disability Employment. She also managed several formal alliances with corporations and non-profit organization. Maggie initiated and coordinated the development and publication of Diversifying Your Workforce, and concluded her federal career with the development and implementation of the first federal model of Project SEARCH, an employment training program for high school students with intellectual disabilities.

Maggie holds a Master of Art in counseling from the University of Maryland College Park.