She’s been involved in many Evanston organizations, including mentoring high school students at Boys Hope/Girls Hope and Evanston Scholars and volunteering at Books and Breakfast, Erie Health Center, Women in Recovery, 2nd Baptist Church Soup Kitchen and St. Athanasius Parish.
Marya serves on the Frankel Family Foundation board, with a focus on climate issues and refugee education. She first became involved with Y.O.U over 12 years ago when she was a tutor. More recently, she has been involved with the culinary program. She enjoys travel, cooking and gardening and looks forward to joining in the Y.O.U. board.