Sean Werkheiser is a paralegal at McVey Mullery and Dulberg. Having lived and worked in immigrant communities for the past decade, first as a restaurant employee, then as a community organizer, and finally as a public school teacher, Sean has seen first-hand the issues that people immigrating to the United States must struggle to overcome. He knows that immigrants make an important contribution to the strength of our society and believes that an injustice done to one person in the US, regardless of where that person originally came from, is an injustice done to all of us.
Before joining the team at McVey Mullery and Dulberg, Sean received a Fulbright grant to live and teach in Bogota, Colombia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Emerson College, a master’s degree in Bilingual Education from Hunter College, and a diploma in Spanish from Instituto Caro Y Cuervo, Colombia’s premier institute for the study of Spanish linguistics.