Special Education Advocate
Norah Schumann received her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Illinois State University and two Master’s degrees from Indiana University in Special Education Severe Disabilities and Organizational Leadership. Norah is a veteran teacher and administrator with more than 25 years of serving families with her child-centered philosophy. In 2015, her family moved from Chicago to North Port, Florida where she is a survivor of countless record-breaking winters, a Category 4 Hurricane named Ian and one 108-year baseball drought (GO CUBS!). Prior to joining K Altman Law she was the Program Director for the Gene Matthews Boys and Girls Club of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties. As a Special Education Advocate Norah is committed to empowering families and their students by supporting them throughout the special education process.