Mia M. Martin’s father was a teacher, and her mother worked as a legal secretary. So it makes sense that she first became a special education speech pathologist, then an attorney in private practice and now general counsel for a North Texas school district.

Many who know Martin best say her current job — as the first general counsel for the Richardson Independent School District (RISD) — is the perfect union of her educational and legal experience.

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