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Founder and Executive Director
Special Education Law and Advocacy Certificate, University of San Diego School of Law

Samantha established Morton Advocacy Group after serving the local special needs community as an Educational Advocate for more than 15 years.


She is the Board President of the Go Bananas Organization  which provides informational resources and support to families of children and adults with disabilities. Samantha was also one of the founders of Cultivating Inclusion, a local farm in the city of Murrieta, providing life-skills development for adults with disabilities.


In her work as an advocate, Samantha draws from her vast knowledge of policy and procedure to ensure that 504 and IEP teams write comprehensive plans that support her client's unique needs. 


She has supported thousands of families throughout southern California and uses her unique approach to help families build strong  relationships and effective communication strategies with their school  administrators, teachers, and service providers to achieve quality resolutions for her clients. 

As an advocate, Samantha also seeks to help families locate and access other local services that are necessary to ensuring their family member with a disability achieves their maximum independence and quality of life. 

Samantha received a Certificate of Completion in Special Education Law and Advocacy from the University of San Diego School of Law. 

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