Adam Rouls is the Director of Sales at Faurecia Seating. He has an extensive business background in global sales, negotiation, and account management. A graduate of the University of Michigan in 2002, Rouls continues to be a dedicated member of the university’s alumni association. In 2004, Rouls received his M.B.A. from the Northwood University DeVos Business School.
Rouls has spent many years helping individuals with disabilities, including assistant coaching a Neighborhood Club softball team for players with physical or mental impairments. Now he is excited to bring his distinctive corporate talents and fiscal skills to DNOM in his role as Board Treasurer.
Rouls lives in Macomb Township with his wife and two children.
Andrew Maurer is the founder and CEO of AJM Disability Advocates, PLLC. He first interned with the Disability Law Clinic at Wayne State University in 2010. Later, he worked for the federal government as an Attorney Advisor and decision-writer for the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). In this position, he received extensive training from the Social Security Administration in Social Security Disability Law and contributed his legal expertise to many SSD and SSI decisions on behalf of the agency.
Andrew received a B.A. from the University of Michigan in 2000 and graduated with honors from Wayne State Law School, receiving his J.D. in 2008. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan.
Born with Cerebral Palsy, Andrew has always been active in the disability community and with various charities. Along with being the chairperson and trustee for the Disability Network of Oakland & Macomb (DNOM), Andrew is proud to be a member of the Wishmaker Club for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Mike is a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley and has been in the financial industry for over 20 years. He works with institutional, foundations, endowments, and private clients. Mike went to Wayne State University.
Mike has had the pleasure of working with individuals across the county including people with disabilities in the sport of fencing. He also had worked with other charities in the Detroit area to help fight cancer, feed senior citizens, and care for children.
Mike lives in Farmington Hills with his wife and two children.
Randy was introduced to DNOM in 1999, when he was in a hunting accident that paralyzed him from mid-chest down. During rehab, he became a member of Disability Network Oakland & Macomb. Randy attends empowerment meetings, became a facilitator, and joined the Board of Trustees. He soon became a member of the Disability Network near my home. Randy attended their Empowerment meetings, became a facilitator, and joined their Board of Trustees. Prior to his accident, Randy was a heating/cooling technician for local 636 and has been married to his wonderful wife, Danielle, for 31 years. Randy wants to help advocate for all people with disabilities.
Attorney Randall Mansour received his law degree from Indiana University School of Law after graduating with Honors from University of Michigan-Dearborn. During law school, Randall served as a certified civil mediator and was heavily involved in community service work – through educational programs and volunteer legal events – in and around Detroit. His passion for disability law stems from having a genuine concern for those who are in need.
Mr. Mansour has always focused his practice on helping people with disabilities receive their benefits before the Social Security Administration. He has also expanded his practice to representing veterans before the VA. He frequently volunteers his time at local non-profits assisting our community’s disabled and most vulnerable populations in obtaining their disability benefits.
Mr. Mansour is fluent in Chaldean and has been recognized as Lead Counsel Rated in the area of Social Security Disability Law since 2015. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan (as a Board Member of the Social Security Section), Macomb County Bar Association, National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates and the Chaldean American Bar Association. Mr. Mansour is also on the board of directors for the Disability Network Oakland and Macomb.
In his free time, Randall enjoys spending time with his wife and twin toddlers who keep him active. He’s also an avid athlete despite his own injuries and loves watching and supporting our Detroit sports teams.