From an early age, I felt a calling to become a Paralegal, driven by a deep-seated desire to champion the underdog and advocate for the wrongfully accused. Witnessing the impact of my parents' divorce at the tender age of three, I intimately understood the pain of a fractured home, shuttling between households and yearning to please each parent. It was this firsthand experience that fueled my commitment to help families maintain their close ties despite the challenges they faced. In January 2024, I embarked on a new chapter as a Criminal Defense Paralegal, joining the esteemed Berlin Defense team.
Before this, my journey unfolded over five years at another firm, where I immersed myself in a myriad of Family Domestic cases, including Divorce and Paternity issues, Probate, Guardianships, Adoptions, Appeals, and Juvenile work. My educational foundation took root at Skiatook High School, where I graduated in 2018. At Tulsa Technology Center, I honed my skills and studied diligently to fulfill my dream of becoming a Paralegal.
Beyond the courtroom, I am deeply involved in my community, serving on the Advisory Committee with Tulsa Technology Center. In this role, I engage in conversations about the legal landscape, guiding individuals on what they need to study to make meaningful contributions in the workplace. When I'm not immersed in the intricacies of the law, I find solace and joy in the company of friends and family, including my cherished wiener dogs, Zoey Mae and Bud.
The decision to join forces with Mr. Berlin was a natural one. I was drawn to this opportunity because I recognized the potential for me to be a valuable asset not only to the firm but also to individuals facing charges that could profoundly alter their lives. I hold Mr. Berlin in high regard, admiring his unwavering commitment to excellence.
I aspire to mirror his level of dignity, grace, and professionalism in every aspect of my work. Together, we navigate the complexities of the legal realm, striving to make a positive impact on the lives of those who seek justice.