What does your heritage mean to you?
To me, my heritage means family. It means practicing the life lessons my parents and grandparents have taught me. This includes being respectful, responsible, caring, hardworking, and humble. I do not take these lessons for granted as I appreciate the opportunity that they have provided me to achieve my goals and dreams.
In what ways does your heritage influence your work?
My heritage plays a big daily role at work. I treat the people I work with as my family. It is important to be present and available for your team members and clients. My measurement of success is when those around me are getting excellent results and are happy. I approach each person and case with the values and principles I learned from my family of being respectful, responsible, caring, hardworking, and humble. I think this is why the TM Methods resonate with me because they incorporate a lot of the lessons which have been passed on to me through my heritage.
In what ways has your heritage positively guided your decision to pursue a career in the legal field?
Litigation is a constant battle. Being in the legal field
it can get stressful. However, my heritage and the lessons which have come with it have allowed me to navigate the challenges which come with being in the legal field. It has helped me develop relationships with peers, team members, and clients in order to make sure I am meeting their expectations. I believe it has given me a unique perspective in developing a strategy and approach to handling cases.