Mariana R. Castro
Case Manager, Mariana R. Castro, is a proud “Old Pueblo” native. Growing up, Mariana was involved in many sports including the trek-team for Townsend Middle School “Tigers,” synchronized swimming for the SunRays and soccer for the Ft. Lowell District’s Road Runner’s, which taught her a strong sense of team-work.
Mariana graduated from Sahuaro High School in 1998 and began to work to financially assist her family. She soon realized her yearn to help people in her immediate community. Growing up in a border town, she experienced first-hand how politics influenced her immediate environment soon became determined and involved in volunteering for various organizations including feeding the homeless at Casa Maria Free Kitchen along with human rights group, No Mas Muertes (No More Deaths, emphasizing on the deaths in the Sonoran Desert as a result of human trafficking).
Mariana recognized the importance of real power behind a higher-education. Shortly thereafter, she graduated from the University of Arizona in 2009 where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Business. Since graduation, Mariana has worked in areas of law including Estate Planning, IRS Disputes with an emphasis in personal injury where she has been recognized for obtaining the nothing but the best outcome under the supervision of attorneys, M. David Karnas, Esq. and Barry L. Bellovin, Esq. With characteristics of a true Arizona Alumni, Mariana demonstrates only determination and persistence in providing Bellovin & Karnas, PC and most importantly, its clients.