Our Staff Devoted To Social Security Disability Advocacy

Dana Sanders

Dana Sanders an SSDI RepresentativeWorking here is an absolute pleasure! Mr. Armstrong helped my husband get his disability benefits and now I get to pay it forward by being part of a team of wonderful people in helping others to obtain their disability benefits.

Tomara Gorham

Tamara Gorham SSDI and SSI Attorney Albuquerque

I have worked for Michael Armstrong Law Office, LLC for almost five years now. When I first came to Albuquerque, New Mexico after receiving my bachelor’s in criminal justice my thought process was that I would work as a legal assistant, gain experience in the legal field and at some point, continue my education. However, the longer I worked here, the more I realized that this was a position that I took pride in and was meant to do. I have now transitioned from a legal assistant to a paralegal for the firm and it’s something I take pride in. I work side-by-side with the attorneys here to ensure that our clients get the best representation they deserve. For me this has truly been a prestigious and significant experience and I am proud to say that I am now continuing my education for my master’s in legal studies.



Jordan Runyan

Jordan An SSDI AdvocateAfter finishing school, my goal was to work at a place where I could feel useful, productive, and like I was making a difference. I never expected that place to be a Social Security law firm, which just goes to show that sometimes the thing you least expected is exactly what you were looking for. I’m very proud of the work I do here, and I’m grateful to be in a position in which I can help to facilitate positive change in the lives of others.

Sheryl Rae

As a child, I got upset when I saw kids my age mistreating those with mental or physical disabilities. I would deliberately befriend the ill-treated ones because I felt everyone deserves to be treated with kindness.

Now, I am part of a great team of nonjudgmental people who have a passion for helping those who experience physical or mental challenges. I do my best to advocate for the needs of our clients in whatever way possible. I enjoy being a voice or smile (or shoulder, if needed) to bring peace, comfort, and even a bit of laughter to those who need it.

Outside of work, I serve in various capacities in my Spiritual Community, do graphic art, and spend time with my children and grandchildren. I enjoy writing, playing, and singing music, and crocheting. As time permits, I am working on non-fiction books for publication. I like to walk in the bosque or the foothills and can easily be enticed into a movie.

Giselle Espinosa

After completing school, I was given the opportunity to work for Armstrong Johnson Law. Working here has given me a completely different perspective on Social Security Disability, and I enjoy being able to help those who need it. I one day aspire to become an attorney myself and hope to be able to continue helping others.

Allegra Velazquez

As a writer, I enjoy finding new ways to put my skills and imagination to use. Working for a Social Security law firm has introduced me to a different side of writing, and it has been both fascinating and rewarding to learn the process. I am very thankful to be part of such a wonderful team and to have my own role in helping other people.

Emily Harris

My goal has always been to work at a job where I felt I was making a difference. After completing my bachelor’s in English, I was excited to join this team as a legal writer and do just that. I’m so proud of the work I do and the amazing team I work with.

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