The SWLC is managed by a three-member Board of Directors
Angela Menard is a Tucson attorney focused on providing high qualify and affordable legal advice and representation to the Tucson community. She is a United State Army Combat Veteran who served in the Persian Gulf. The brings her spirit of service and commitment to the practice of law and works hard to advocate for people across many communities.
Ms. Menard is a native of Tucson and a graduate of the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, and a Pat Tillman Military Scholar. She started her career at the University of Arizona Veterans’ Advocacy Clinic where she represented Veterans in criminal matter, disability benefits appeals, and worked with Veterans that faced issues with PTSD, substance abuse, and homelessness. Her private practice is concentrated in the areas of criminal defense, Veterans Benefits, and Social Security Disability.
Kevin Sotille received his Bachelor of Arts from Evergreen University. He works in the service industry in the Tucson community and is a volunteer with No Mas Muertes, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending migrant deaths in the Arizona desert.
Laura Coco is a clinical Audiologist and researcher. Her research focuses on improving access to health care for underresourced and underserved populations. Previously, she contributed to the development of Family Signs, a nonprofit that provides American Sign Language lesssons to Spanish-speaking parents of deaf children.
Laura is a fluent Spanish speaker and has experience working in community-based participatory interventions, both in the United States and internationally.