Rose-Marie Mahase is a Project Coordinator. She works on Brookdale’s Adult Protective Services-focused projects, including organizing the annual New York State Adult Abuse Training Institute.
Prior to joining Brookdale, she held positions in both the public and private industry, including project coordination and management in the real estate, banking, and quality management sectors.
Rose-Marie brings expert understanding of legal research and procedures through almost two decades as a paralegal and was extensively involved in appellate work throughout the New York State Unified Court System, including many years with the New York State Unified Court System as a Court Analyst for the Office of the Inspector General for Fiduciary Appointments.
She has also been involved in economic development work and has contributed to state-wide efforts to streamline intra-agency communications and to optimize efficiency in project management, and has vetted individuals and corporate recipients of State funds for Local Economic Development projects.
Rose-Marie has a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies from Mercy College and a Paralegal Certificate from Queens College, The City University of New York.