While working for the Superior Court Felony Division, Laura walked down hallways with some of the most brutal criminals around. Today, her life is a bit calmer as the Document Control Administrator at SDS in charge of our paperless system. Laura takes her job very seriously, though, making sure that the firm’s client records are maintained in an ethical manner with special attention to those details that may seem small but are actually very important.
She brings a lot of experience to her position. She was a Division Manager for the Clerk’s Office at the Superior Court, so she knows very well what is required and expected by all parties involved in the legal process. She was distinctly selected by the Bureau of the Census for the Lessons Learned Capture Project to create a manual and guideline for the 2020 census. She also piloted and implemented Lake County’s Digital Imaging Program to convert records to a digital medium.
Laura isn’t one to sit idle; she has served on a host of committees and boards. She is a Precinct Committeeman and State Clerk’s Conference Representative, and she is a member of the Judicial Technology Automation Committee, the Lake County Jail Oversight Committee, and the E-Filing Board.
In spite of a very full schedule, Laura somehow finds time for three children and says it’s important to her to support them in every aspect of their lives. Her youngest daughter, in fact, is a professional model with Ford Modeling Agency, and Mom is heavily involved in helping her daughter maintain her career.
When Laura manages to find some spare time, she loves to watch professional sports, and she enjoys traveling, snowboarding, and attending concerts. She’s also a bit of a “foodie” with a special love of Thai, Mexican, Middle Eastern, and Italian cuisines.