help_outline Skip to main content

Continuing Education Credit* Members/guests meet the CE/LU requirements of numerous organizations by attending APA Training. APA is a registered provider with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR, #PVD312), Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR, #1521), American Institute of Architects (AIA/CES, #G583) and a preferred provider for the International Code Council (ICC, #1321). APA provides pre-verified ACTCP credits for the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP). We award an Accessibility Standards Completion Certificate, as well as APA-ADA Specialist, APA-ADA Assembly Specialist and APA-ADA Transient Lodging Specialist Designations, when all criteria are met.  


 9433 Bee Cave Road 
 Building II, Suite 203 
 Austin, TX 78733 

HomeControl PanelAPA Member FinderMembership Directory Bio

Membership Directory

Maggie McCarthy   (#963)   

Basic Information

Waco, TX
Email Address
Mobile Phone
Grant Writing Consultant
3001 Inverness Dr.

Waco, TX  

Personal Information

Jim Durham

Additional Information



Maggie McCarthy has been successfully managing and leading nonprofit organizations for most of her career. Her hallmark is to champion community connections through collaboration, compassion and creativity with a keen eye towards productive outcomes.

Her current goal is to harness her unique ability to be a “sector connector” and unite diverse groups to support advancement of people with disabilities. This can take the form of educational presentations, development of training materials, draft and execution of public policy, or assessments and evaluations for those who require or wish to integrate the disabled into their workplace and community organizations.

Maggie’s “passion with a purpose” is two-fold: She understands the challenges companies face in removing architectural barriers, as her husband has been a State of Texas Registered Accessibility Specialist for almost 16 years. As he became disabled (almost overnight), she had the opportunity to accompany him on inspections and help with many back office functions such as reports and follow up. And she also knows first-hand the needs of the disabled as a caregiver for someone who requires a wheelchair.

Previously, she was grants manager and foundation executive for philanthropic organizations. Most recently, Maggie has served as Executive Director for the Central Texas Veterans Research Foundation where she managed Department of Defense and other federal grants as well as facilitating clinical trials to enhance veterans’ healthcare.