Ms. Ginger Maruca is a project coordinator providing support to the Collision Reconstruction experts at MEA Forensic. From the firm’s office in Los Angeles, she helps to keep files on track and on schedule. She does the same with the firm’s forensic engineers and technologists, helping to manage their projects, presentations, and case work. She also works closely with the junior engineers. “In my role, I am both the big picture person and the detail person,” she says.
Ginger received her Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. This experience—and her time spent working as a case manager for a well-known forensic practice in New York—has proven invaluable to her work at MEA.
At MEA, Ginger appreciates working with highly educated experts who are passionate about their work. “It’s great to see how the firm supports professional and academic growth,” she says. She also respects the firm’s diligence and integrity. “The most important way we can empower our clients is with evidence-based conclusions about their case—good news or bad, our job is about finding the truth.”