Faculty Profile: Susan K Staricka
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Ms. Staricka spent the majority of her legal career overseeing the charge of the Texas Office of the Attorney General to protect the public interest in charity, including nonprofit organizations and charitable trusts. Following her graduation from The University of Texas School of Law, she spent nearly a decade in private practice, before embarking on her career in public service where she maintained a commited focus on the betterment of the charitable sector through regulatory oversight and education. As Chief and Senior Attorney with both the Consumer Protection Division and the Financial Litigation and Charitable Trusts Division of the Office, she served under four Texas Attorneys General and oversaw teams of investigators and assistant attorneys general. As part of her duties at the OAG, Ms. Staricka lectured frequently at nonprofit conferences, training sessions for nonprofit associations and trusts, the LBJ School of Public Affairs and UT School of Law, amongst many others. She served on the Board of the National Association of State Charity Officials and was a frequent speaker at its annual conferences dedicated to education and training.
Ms. Staricka has recently opened her own consulting firm offering consultation and legal services to nonprofit organizations and their legal counsel in a variety of matters utilizing her skills and expertise to assist and guide nonprofit organizations. She is honored and thrilled to return to her alma mater as an adjunct professor.