Here at Reynolds Defense Firm, we’re pretty lucky to have such an amazing team of folks working together to support our clients. ‘Solid’ is the word we use for those people you can trust under just about any circumstance, and that standard is what we use to describe the entire RDF Team. Every person here at Reynolds Defense Firm is an “A” player and we each understand that our individual role is essential to the overall success of our team. We’d like to focus some time highlighting our team members and offering an inside look to the culture and community that make up Reynolds Defense Firm. This month, we shine the spotlight on Jen!
Why did you decide to do the work you are doing now?
A career in the legal field has always been fascinating to me and after 6 years in criminal defense and claims fraud investigations, this feels like a natural and exciting step!
What drew you to RDF and why did you want to work here, specifically?
After job hunting for an entry level legal assistant position, I found this firm with an opening. After diving into their website and reviews as well as speaking with their staff, I was hooked on the solid, professional and positive energy they all emitted. I feel excited to go to work every day and work with wonderful people who take such care in their work.
What small gesture from a stranger made a big impact on you?
A very kind woman sat next to me in the airport as I was trying to hide tears from losing my brother and waiting to fly home and say goodbye to him. All she did was hand me a tissue and put her hand on my shoulder. It really helped and I’ll never forget her.
What are your thoughts about Window of Clarity?
I like that it is based in mental health and science with a focus on moving forward in a positive way.
What’s your claim to fame?
I’ve performed in many plays but three years ago, I actually was paid for it at a professional theater in Portland, OR.
When people come to you for help, what do they usually want help with?
I am often the go-to for assisting in the best way to articulate a thought or idea, especially in writing.