As a graduate of Pine Manor College, I hold degrees in English Literature and Humanities. I trained as a paralegal in 2007 and 2008 in the midst of my own divorce. I’ve worked in personal injury and education law, but it’s in family law where I found my home a decade ago. I have so much compassion for those going through this life transition because I’ve been there, and because I’ve witnessed the primal places that divorce often touches in us. I find that as a paralegal, I can guide people through the logistics of divorce and provide some structure in a time that can seem chaotic and overwhelming. I love working here at Conscious Family because my values are aligned with the idea that divorce can provide people the opportunity for reflection and growth, and that people can actually come out of the process with a sense of hope and optimism. I often feel the shift in people from the time they start the process here at Conscious Family to the time they complete. It is my honor to hold space for people and provide them a small anchor through a tremendous life transition.
I’m an empty nester, the mistress to Stella the pug, and when I’m not working you can find me trolling local bookstores with a large cup of coffee in-hand.