Bachelor of Science, Biology from UC Riverside and Master of Science, Health Care Administration from CSU Long Beach
Professor of Law
B.S., Cornell University
J.D., Whittier Law School, magna cum laude
Mac Cabal blends a background in big business with significant experience in business litigation and health care law. He has successfully tried and arbitrated numerous cases and recovered millions of dollars on behalf of health care providers. And, having worked as an executive for two of the largest retail companies in the country, where he was a manager for a multi-million dollar denim business, he understands what drives the goals of many of his clients.
Mac brings a record of high academic achievement to his legal practice. He graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Business Management and was a Merit Scholar at Whittier Law School, where he finished in the top 5% of his class.
LEGAL ASPECTS OF HEALTHCARE
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master's of Public Health from San Francisco State University
As a professional in the Public Health field, Teresa Chandler has worked extensively to support exemplary efforts to reduce injury and promote health, particularly for those who are directly affected by violence. After receiving her Bachelor’s in Psychology from San Francisco State University, she worked with an organization in Oakland called Youth ALIVE!, where she gained a passion for Public Health and violence prevention. Teresa then went on to get her Master’s in Public Health from SFSU and then moved to Southern California where she worked for the Mayor’s Office of Gang Reduction and Youth Development. After gaining experience working in the public sector, Teresa went back into the non-profit sector with the Children’s Institute as the Regional Director of Community Services. In this position, she was tasked with ensuring ongoing programmatic excellence through program development and evaluation, coaching and training, event planning, fundraising, and building community capacity to surround families with a network of health resources and growth opportunities. Most recently, along with being Adjunct Faculty at Concordia University in the Healthcare Management Department, Teresa has now moved on to work for the Community Health Bureau with the City of Long Beach as the Homeless Services Officer; a position that allows her to combine her passion for prevention with health equity, safe and affordable housing and promotion of health and quality of life for families and communities.
Received Undergraduate in Economics with a minor in Political Science. Received Masters in Science in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Began career in Management Consulting, assisting various organizations from Hospitals, to Technology and Industrial Manufacturing to help improve performance. Has focused in finance for last 14 years, currently as Director of Financial Planning and Analysis for Silverado Senior Living.
Economics, Political, and Social Issues in Healthcare
Internship Director / Assistant Professor