I really enjoy connecting with people and helping with client services in my role assessing new cases.
I earned my master’s degree in English Education in New York, where I also earned my paralegal certificate. After working as a teacher in New York for more than a decade—most of that time as a high school English teacher—I moved to North Carolina. I wanted to use my skill set to contribute to my community, so I began a new career as a legal assistant in estate planning law.
I felt called to help people I’ve seen struggle these past few years with immigration issues, so I’m grateful to have the opportunity to work with the Alcorn team and be a part of something meaningful.
When I’m not working, I love to be outdoors to hike and explore. I also love practicing yoga, traveling and learning about town histories, and tending to my plants.