Wey-Wey Kwok is a Senior Attorney at the Center for Medicare Advocacy. She provides legal assistance, analysis, and education on behalf of Medicare beneficiaries, particularly in the areas of home health, hospice, and nursing home coverage. She is a member of the Center’s Litigation team, a contributing author to the Medicare Handbook, and a devoted advocate for expanding dental coverage in Medicare. Before joining the Center in 2002, Ms. Kwok worked for the AARP Foundation’s National Training Project, designing and delivering trainings and materials on elder law for aging advocates across the country. Prior to that she was an attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii, specializing in family law, public benefits, and domestic and elder abuse.
Ms. Kwok is licensed as an attorney in New York (admitted to practice) and Washington, D.C. (inactive), and earned her B.A. degree from Yale and her J.D. degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Public Interest Law Scholar. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, a resource center that provides education, support, and a safe space for LGBTQIA youth and intersectional communities.