Senior Paralegal and Office Manager
I am the senior paralegal and office manager at Wisell, McGee & Romano, LLP. I first joined Wisell & McGee, L.L.P. in June 2013 as a litigation paralegal before Wisell & McGee merged with Romano & Associates in October 2016.
My prior experience is in Corporate Sales and sales development. I work with our clients from their first phone call through the end of each client’s case. I have experience in drafting pleadings, gathering evidence, leading focus groups, and trial preparation. My favorite thing about being a paralegal is helping clients throughout their case. I also supervises the paralegal staff at Wisell, McGee & Romano.
On a Personal Note
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends, exploring new places, trivia and cooking.
Utica College of Syracuse University – Bachelors in Communication Arts with minors in Sociology and International Law
Queens College – Paralegal Certificate (with distinction)
I obtained my paralegal certificate from Queens College in 2017. I started as a Receptionist/Calendar Clerk for Wisell, McGee & Romano, L.L.P. in 2014, while I studied in the evening at Queens College. I currently work as a Certified Paralegal in the areas of personal injury and commercial litigation.
I assist in drafting Summons and Complaints, Bill of Particulars, responds and requests discovery, and communicating with clients. What I like most about working with clients is listening to the client’s issues and concerns and figuring out ways to get them back on track with their life or their business by getting them the results and compensation that they deserve.
On A Personal Note
In my free time, I enjoy traveling and spending time with my family and friends.
Receptionist and Calendar Clerk
I have been working with Wisell, McGee & Romano, LLP since earning my Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2017.
I assist in many aspects of the firm including monitoring the calendar, communicating with clients and taking on various special projects.
I really enjoy working in a personal injury law firm because I know that the people I am helping truly need our assistance. It feels great to assist our clients get one step closer to obtaining justice. Often our clients are unable to work because of their injury and may never fully recover. When we get a case resolved in their favor, we truly are helping them and their family to continue to live their lives, with dignity.
On a Personal Note
Working at Wisell, McGee & Romano has aspired me to eventually attend law school. In my free time I enjoy watching movies and spending time with family and friends.
After graduating CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2013, I worked as a receptionist at various firms and offices. I wanted to take my legal career to a higher level, so I enrolled in an ABA approved Paralegal Certification Program at CUNY Queens College. After graduating with a Paralegal Certificate in July 2016, I took a position with Wisell, McGee & Romano LLP. This has allowed me to apply what I learned in school in my role and take action to help better the lives of our clients.
The partners at Wisell, McGee & Romano have each mentored me in ways that help me to provide our clients with exceptional service as we help them with their case.
Our clients have gone through a challenging time in their lives, whether it be because they were hurt at a construction site, harmed by a doctor or injured in a motor vehicle collision. Although we cannot turn back the hands of time, we can make sure that they get the justice that will allow them to move forward with their lives as best as possible. I enjoy helping to put our clients’ minds at ease and reassuring them that we have their back. This is what motivates me.
On a Personal Note
When I am not working, I enjoy taking salsa lessons, traveling and spending time with friends. I believe in feeding my soul with art, books and food.