I have over 25 years of experience in legal services and hold an associate degree from Rockford Business College in Paralegal Studies. Previously, I worked as District Secretary for State Senator Harlan Rigney and as Assistant Chief Deputy of the Civil Division with the Winnebago County Circuit Clerk’s Office. I have worked for Black & Jones since May of 2007, and currently work with Social Security clients. I enjoy boating, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
I moved to Rockford in 2001. I hold a Business Information Systems degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I enjoy reading, traveling, and spoiling my nieces and nephews.
I was born and raised in the Rockford area. I graduated from Harlem High School and Tricoci University. I began working for Black & Jones Attorneys at Law in September of 2008. I enjoy working part time so that on my days off I can spend more time with my children and be there for those important parts of their lives. I love being outside and also enjoy reading a good book from time to time, so I can enjoy a little ‘me’ time.
I am a lifelong Winnebago County resident. I graduated from Durand High School and attended Midstate College in Peoria. I have worked with Attorney Jim Black since 1992. I currently assist him with clients who are applying for Social Security. I am married and have two children.
I began working at Black & Jones in April of 2002 in an administrative/clerical role and am currently the Social Security Case Coordinator. I graduated from Jefferson High School and attended Central State University. I enjoy shopping, spending time with family, and I am the ultimate basketball mom!
Everyone in the world knows me by LaLa. I was born and raised in Rockford in a bilingual home. I graduated from Guilford High School and Rock Valley College. In my spare time I enjoy reading, playing with my dog and spending time with my loving family.
I was born and raised in Rockford. I started working at Black & Jones in August 2018. When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time making memories with my 1½-year-old daughter.