Annmarie Kaiser is of Counsel to Curcillo Law, LLC. She offers to the firm a vast wealth of legal and legislative knowledge, and serves our clients by handling the process of planning client's estates motivated by a desire to pass on assets according to their wishes. She will personally handle your estate and be available to you at all stages of the process to carry out your loved one's wishes. She believe that personal attention to your needswill make this process go as smoothly as possible.
On Aug. 21, 2012 Annmarie Kaiser was appointed to Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Kaiser served as the acting Chief of Staff and the Director of Legislative Affairs for the Office of Attorney General. She previously served as Executive Director of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association, a position she held from May 1997 until April 2005. Kaiser also served as the Director of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Institute, the training affiliate of the organization. Kaiser served as a Deputy District Attorney in Dauphin County, specializing in child abuse prosecution and sexual assault cases.
She also previously served as law clerk for the Dauphin County Argument Court.
Kaiser earned her bachelor’s degree from Loyola College and her law degree from the Widener University School of Law.
Commissioner, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, August 2012-Present
Serve as the Governor’s appointee to a the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. This seven-member board oversees all aspects of Pennsylvania’s gaming industry including the issuance of licenses to facilities, individuals and businesses.
Secretary of Legislative Affairs, Pennsylvania Office of the Governor, January 2011-September 2012
Represented the Governor with respect to legislative and budgetary matters during interactions with the General Assembly. Oversaw the creation, development, introduction and passage of the Governor’s legislative agenda throughout the entire process. Communicated with and briefed the Governor, Chief of Staff and members of the senior staff on legislative matters. Managed the legislative staff including the deputy legislative secretaries and the legislative liaisons working within the Commonwealth agencies.
Served as Director of Legislative Affairs, Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General May 2005-December 2010
Oversaw the daily management of the Office of the Attorney General with respect to policy decisions, personnel matters and budgetary issues. Served as the Governor’s liaison with the General Assembly by monitoring relevant legislation and preparing written testimony and correspondence. Communicated and advocated for the policy positions of the Attorney General’s office.
Executive Director of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association/Director of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Institute, May 1997-May 2005
Managed the daily affairs of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association and Institute including the administrative and financial aspects of the organizations. Formulated education programs for police, prosecutors and victim services. Provided technical assistance to prosecutors throughout the Commonwealth with the respect to the execution of their duties.
Deputy District Attorney, Dauphin County District Attorneys Office, September 1994-May 1997
Represented the Commonwealth in the Court of Common Pleas in criminal matters. Handled cases from their inception to completion serving as counsel during preliminary hearings, arraignments, trials, guilty pleas, sentencing and probation/parole revocation hearings. Specialized in child abuse cases.