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Day 1 | Professionalism for New Attorneys (PNA)

8:55        Welcome and Introductions

9:00        Why Professionalism Is Important to You*

Alexander J. "Alex" Rector, Rudisill White & Kaplan PLLC, Charlotte
Alexa Cannon Spain, Weill Cornell Medicine, Raleigh

In this dynamic session, hear from experts some ways you can ensure a positive, professional reputation. Review basic professionalism concepts, the professionalism checklist, personal conflicts and much more.

9:45        Break

9:55        Overview of the North Carolina State Bar*

Joshua T. Walthall, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, Raleigh

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the North Carolina State Bar and what is required of you. Discuss the regulatory framework, obligations of membership and reporting misconduct (Rule 8.3). Learn about NC State Bar programs and committees, including LAP, IOLTA, CLE, Authorized Practice and Administrative Committees, legal specialization, client security fraud, and fee dispute resolution.

10:25      Break

10:35      Getting Lost in Our Own Lives

Norman A. Smith, Norman A. Smith Attorney at Law, Durham

Your hard work has paid off and sometimes finding the harmony between work and personal time is difficult. Hear practical tips for successfully finding a balance, the hazards to watch out for and the resources available to help.

11:35      Break

11:45      Pro Bono Service in NC*

Kim Bart Mullikin, North Carolina Bar Foundation, Cary

Understand Rule 6.1 and your obligation for pro bono service, then learn how to get involved through your local and state bar associations to give back to the community.

12:45      Lunch Break

1:15        Welcome Message

Josh McIntyre, North Carolina Bar Association, Cary, Director of Membership and Communities

1:20        Diversity, Equity and Inclusion*

Evin L. Grant, North Carolina Department of Administration, Raleigh

This session addresses how to recognize implicit bias, discusses current diversity and inclusion initiatives in the legal profession, including equal access to justice, and explores other ways to better serve a diverse population.

2:20        Break

2:30        Technology and Your Responsibility to Your Clients*‡

Catherine Sanders Reach, North Carolina Bar Association, Cary

Receive an overview of the technology necessary to build a law office support system and hear stories about the best and worst practices. Explore technology's impact on ethical responsibilities, the ethical considerations of social media, conflict controls and risk of spoliation of evidence..

3:30        Break

3:40        What I Didn't Learn in Law School*

Zack T. Dawson, Gilbarco Veeder-Root, Greensboro
S. Collins Saint, Brooks Pierce McLendon Humphrey & Leonard LLP, Greensboro
William D. Walton, North Carolina Department of Justice, Raleigh

Although it is an essential prerequisite that lays the foundation for practicing law, there are many skills that law school doesn't teach you. Learn from members of our Young Lawyers Division as they share helpful tips acquired from real-world experience and provide other useful information that you can implement in your daily practice.

4:25        Adjourn for the day

* Indicates portion providing Ethics/Professional Responsibility credit
† Indicates portion providing Substance Abuse/Mental Health credit
‡ Indicates portion providing Technology Training credit



Thank you

Thank you for joining us today for day one of Professionalism for New Attorneys (PNA). We'll see you tomorrow.

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The North Carolina Bar Association is your home for the best continuing legal education, professional development and networking, and we are pleased to welcome newly licensed North Carolina attorneys into the profession.

A special thanks to North Carolina Bar Foundation Endowment for a grant which helps support this PNA Program

Contributors

  • Dauna L. Bartley

    Dauna L. Bartley is a practicing attorney at The Brocker Law Firm PA in Raleigh, NC. She represents clients before various licensing boards and administrative agencies, counsels clients on ethics and disciplinary matters, and provides general compliance counseling.

    Prior to joining The Brocker Law Firm, Dauna practiced in civil litigation with the law firms of Moore & Van Allen PLLC in Morrisville and Ellis & Winters LLP in Raleigh. She then served as General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Sessoms & Rogers PA in Durham.

    Dauna is certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission to conduct superior court mediations. She currently serves as the co-chair of the Ethics Committee for the North Carolina Bar Association's Administrative Law Section, and on the CLE Committee of the Wake County Bar Association.

    Dauna graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Communication and Theatre Arts, and a M.A. in Rhetoric and Communication. She worked for nearly a decade as a human resources/recruitment professional, during which time she and her family relocated to the Triangle area. She then pursued a career in law and graduated, with high honors, from the University of North Carolina School of Law. During law school, Dauna completed an externship with the Honorable Magistrate Judge Wallace W. Dixon in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina, and served as Publication Editor for the North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology.

    Click here for more information about Dauna.

  • Kim Bart Mullikin

    Kim Bart Mullikin is Senior Director of the North Carolina Bar Foundation, where she oversees pro bono and public service programs, the Endowment, and development efforts.

    Prior to working with the NCBF, Kim served as the assistant dean of public interest and pro bono and director of the externship program at Duke University School of Law, where she is an alumna. Kim worked as an assistant professor and director of the Domestic Violence Law Clinic at the University of Alabama School of Law, and as a teaching fellow in the Federal Legislation Clinic at the Georgetown University Law Center. Kim began her career as an associate with Crowell & Moring LLP in Washington D.C.

    Kim received her LL.M. in advocacy from Georgetown University, her law degree with a graduate certification in women's studies from Duke University, her M.P.A. from Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship, and her B.A. in women's studies from Syracuse University.

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  • Douglas J. "Doug" Brocker

    Douglas J. "Doug" Brocker is a principal of The Brocker Law Firm PA, a Raleigh firm that concentrates in professional and occupational licensing, ethics, and disciplinary matters. Doug represents various professionals before their respective licensing boards and administrative agencies, including representing attorneys before the State Bar. He serves as outside counsel to the N.C. Board of Dental Examiners on a wide variety of legal issues, investigations, and disciplinary prosecutions. Doug also has served as special outside counsel to other professional licensing boards in disciplinary investigations and prosecutions.

    Doug previously served as Trial and UPL Counsel for The North Carolina State Bar. Doug periodically provides consultation and testimony as an expert witness in matters involving professional services. Following a judicial clerkship with U.S. District Court Judge Franklin T. Dupree, Jr., Doug worked at Jenner & Block in Chicago, Everett Gaskins Hancock & Stevens, and was a partner in Milberg Gordon Stewart PLLC in Raleigh.

    Doug earned a B.A. from the University of Rochester and a J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law.

    Click here for more information about Doug.

  • Brian F. Castro

    Brian F. Castro is an associate with Womble Bond Dickinson (U.S.) LLP in Raleigh. He is a litigation attorney who focuses on defending counties, public officials, and businesses. As part of the firm's business litigation service group, Brian plays an active role in defending clients from individual and class action product liability cases and consumer fraud claims. In particular, he focuses his practice on defending businesses and government officials in complex disputes at the trial court and appellate level. He also serves clients in the Insurance sector, advising on liability and coverage disputes.

    Prior to joining Womble Bond Dickinson, Brian gained valuable in-house experience as an intern for the general counsel's office of a global pharmaceutical company. He has also served as judicial extern for three North Carolina judges, in the N.C. Supreme Court, N.C. Court of Appeals, and United States Bankruptcy Court.

    Brian earned his B.A. in Political Science and Romance Languages from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his J.D., cum laude, with a Business Law and Litigation focus from Campbell Law School.

    When not practicing law, Brian likes to stay involved in a number of civic activities and often uses his musical talents as a means to help others in his church and in the community. He is also a fluent Spanish speaker.

    Click here for more information about Brian.

  • Zack T. Dawson

    Zack T. Dawson is of counsel at Gilbarco Veeder-Root in Greensboro.

    Zach earned his bachelor's degreen (Political Science and Biology), and his JD, from the Univerty of North Carolina at Chapel HIll.

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  • Samantha E. Gordon

    Samantha E. Gordon is an Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney at McIntyre Elder Law in Charlotte.

    Samantha's tenure at institutions such as Jones Branz & Whitaker LLP and the Law Offices of Shane Smith allowed her to dive deep into the complexities of estate planning and personal injury cases, respectively. These experiences set the foundation for her specialization in elder law.

    Samantha is an active member of the North Carolina Bar Association and Foundation. Since 2017, she has been a lead volunteer attorney for the NCBF Wills for Heroes program that provides free estate planning documents to first responders in North Carolina. In addition, she has been a co-chair of the Young Lawyers Division Pro Bono Committee since 2018 and received the distinguished award of Young Lawyer of the Quarter from the Bar Association in 2021. She has also been inducted into the North Carolina Bar's Pro Bono Honor Society in 2019, 2020, and 2021 with over 70 hours of pro bono work each year. In 2022, she was awarded among the young lawyers of the North Carolina Bar Association the Young Lawyer Pro Bono Service Award for her pro bono service throughout the years.

    Samantha earned her B.A. in Political Science/Legal Studies/Economics from Bloomsburg University and her J.D., with highest pro bono honors, from Charlotte School of Law, where she participated in numerous clinics and organizations.

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  • Evin L. Grant

    Evin L. Grant serves as the NC Department of Administration (NCDOA) Policy Director, in Raleigh, to develop and assist in implementing policies and procedures for departments, initiatives, and task forces, across the State of North Carolina, under the direction of the Secretary of Administration. He also collaborates on statewide Diversity, Equity and Inclusion program development, initiatives, and training and advises on employment, non-public education, technology, and more.

    Before joining the NCDOA, Evin served as the Assistant Dean of Student Life and Pro Bono Opportunities at Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. For more than a decade, he's had the opportunity to develop various skills and talents working in the private and public (nonprofit, federal, and state) sectors. From being a Magistrate Judge to working in engineering and patent law. From serving as the Executive Director of a nonprofit organization to being an Assistant Dean of Students at a law school. His collection of experiences highlights his passion for advocacy, mediation, and problem-solving.

    Active in professional and civic communities, he is a member of the NC Bar Association Minorities in the Profession Committee, the NC Chapter of the National Conference of Black Lawyers, and is also the 2020-2021 Capital City Lawyers Association President. Grant sits on the Board of Directors for the Wake County Bar Association (WCBA) and currently serves on several WCBA committees, including the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, Professionalism Committee, Strategic Development Committee, and the Communications/Technology Committee. He recently served as the Coordinating Editor for the NC Advocates for Justice Trial Briefs Summer 2021 Edition.

    Evin holds a B.S. in Applied Criminology from NC State University and a J.D. from the Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. He maintains an active law license in North Carolina. In October 2020, Grant received a COVID-19 Contact Tracing Certificate from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

    Click here for more information about Evin.

  • Leanor Bailey Hodge

    Leanor Bailey Hodge is a Deputy Counsel with the North Carolina State Bar in Raleigh. She counsels the NCSB's Grievance Committee and prosecuting lawyers for ethics violations before the Disciplinary Hearing Commission.

    Prior to joining the NCSB in 2008, Leanor was a litigation partner at the law firm of Manning Fulton & Skinner PA in Raleigh, and a prosecutor in Philadelphia and Chicago. Leanor frequently lectures for the Mecklenburg County Bar on ethical and professional topics.

    Leanor received her B.B.A. from Howard University and her J.D. from Temple University.

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  • Alicia W. Lewis

    Alicia W. Lewis is the firm administrator and controller for Anderson Jones PLLC in Raleigh, managing all business and financial aspects of the firm. She has extensive experience in various aspects of law, legal pleadings and research.

    Prior to forming Anderson Jones PLLC, Alicia worked as a paralegal in two mid-sized law firms.

    Alicia serves as secretary for the American Subcontractors Association of the Carolinas' Triangle chapter, and is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA). With the NCBA, Alicia is a member of the Paralegal Division, Law Practice Management & Technology Section and the Construction Law Section, where she serves as the Paralegal Division liaison. Also, Alicia currently serves on the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Professional Women's Task Force. Her role on this task force helps to further the goal of the Chamber Executive Women's Luncheon series to bring nationally recognized speakers to the Triangle to address the unique challenges women in management face in today's business environment. She is also a member of various trade associations that support the construction industry.

    Alicia is a graduate of Appalachian State University.

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  • Larissa Mañón Mervin

    Larissa Mañón Mervin is the Regional Managing Attorney of Legal Aid of North Carolina's Charlotte Metro region, where she oversees the Charlotte, Concord, and Gastonia offices, and manages the Charlotte office's operations, personnel, and case work in a variety of practice areas, including landlord-tenant, domestic violence, family, and consumer law.

    Prior to serving as Regional Managing Attorney, Larissa worked in various roles at Legal Aid NC, including as supervising attorney with Legal Aid NC's statewide Pro Bono Program, supervising attorney with the Domestic Violence Unit at Legal Aid – Charlotte, and as a domestic violence staff attorney in the Concord, Raleigh, and Durham offices. In those roles, she primarily represented survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse in their civil protection order cases.

    Larissa serves on various boards and bar associations, including the American Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, and Mecklenburg County Bar Association.

    Larissa earned her B.A., summa cum laude, in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her J.D. from Quinnipiac University School of Law.

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  • Taittiona Miles

    Taittiona Miles is a staff attorney with North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services in Raleigh. She has seen firsthand the inequities incarcerated people face daily and, therefore, hopes to use her experiences in order to advance relief for incarcerated people and to promote criminal justice reform.

    Taittiona is interested in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Civil Rights, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives. She has interned with NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault and externed with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice.

    Taittiona is a graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law.

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  • Tanisha Palvia

    Tanisha Palvia is an attorney at Moore & Van Allen PLLC in Charlotte. She represents individuals and corporations facing white collar criminal prosecutions and governmental enforcement actions. She also manages and conducts internal investigations for various organizations, including financial institutions, private and public universities and schools, and medical providers, on a variety of sensitive issues, including Title IX, financial fraud, and labor and employment concerns.

    Before joining the firm, Tanisha was a partner at a regional law firm, where she focused her practice on white collar criminal defense, government investigations, internal investigations, and complex civil litigation. Previously, she spent five years in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in New York City where she prosecuted and tried a variety of criminal cases, ranging from financial to violent crimes.

    Tanisha earned her B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was a Robertson Scholar, and her J.D., with honors, from Emory University School of Law.

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  • Catherine Sanders Reach

    Catherine Sanders Reach is Director for the Center for Practice Management at the North Carolina Bar Association, providing practice technology and management assistance to lawyers and legal professionals. Formerly she was Director, Law Practice Management and Technology for the Chicago Bar Association and the Director at the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center.

    Prior to her work at the NCBA, CBA and ABA she worked in library and information science environments for a number of years, working at Ross and Hardies as a librarian. She received a master's degree in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa in 1997.

    Catherine's professional activities include articles published in Law Practice magazine, Law Technology News and GPSolo Magazine, as well as numerous other publications. She has given presentations on the use of technology in law firms for national bar conferences, state and local bar associations and organizations such as the National Association of Bar Council and the Association of American Law Schools. In 2011 she was selected to be one of the inaugural Fastcase 50, celebrating fifty innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the field of law and in 2013 became a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management. She served on the ABA TECHSHOW Board from 2007-2009, 2014-2016 and is co-vice chair in 2019.

    Click here for more information about Catherine. Connect with her on Twitter and LinkedIn.

  • Alexander J. "Alex" Rector

    Alexander J. "Alex" Rector is a senior associate at Rudisill White & Kaplan PLLC in Charlotte.

    Alex grew up in Hickory before heading to Campbell University where he earned both his undergraduate degree in economics and his Juris Doctor degree. After internships with the North Carolina Supreme Court and the North Carolina Industrial Commission gave him insight into the world of workers' compensation, Alex started practicing workers' compensation defense in 2017.

    Alex currently lives in Charlotte with his wife.

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  • Judge Paul C. Ridgeway

    Judge Paul C. Ridgeway is Senior Resident Superior Court Judge of the 10th Judicial District (Wake County), North Carolina. He has served as a Superior Court Judge since 2007.

    Judge Ridgeway received his B.S. and M.P.A. from North Carolina State University, and his J.D. from Campbell School of Law, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the law review. Following law school, Judge Ridgeway received a post-graduate degree from the University of Amsterdam in the law of the European Community.

    Prior to becoming a judge in 2007, Judge Ridgeway was engaged in the private practice of law for 20 years, primarily in the fields of commercial litigation and transactions. Judge Ridgeway has served as President of the Wake County Bar Association and as a Vice President of the NCBA.

    For 25 years, Judge Ridgeway has also been an adjunct professor of law at Campbell School of Law, where he teaches seminars in International Litigation and Law & Public Policy.

    Click here for more information about Judge Ridgeway.

  • S. Collins Saint

    S. Collins Saint is an attorney in the Greensboro office of Brooks Pierce McLendon Humphrey & Leonard LLP, where he counsels and litigate on behalf of school boards, private schools, and institutions of higher education so that he can focus on what they do best: educating students.

    Collins's background in school counseling informs his practice as he helps school districts navigate complex laws that impact students and educators. He has particular focus on broadening awareness of diversity issues within organizations and counseling educational institutions on compliance with state and federal civil rights laws and regulations.

    Collins's pro bono practice focuses on representing trans individuals in discrimination litigation and aiding trans individuals obtain legal name- and gender marker-changes.

    Collins is a regular presenter and author on civil rights and DEIB issues for national and international audiences, including the National LGBTQ Bar, the American Bar Association, Bloomberg Law, the Society for Human Resource Management, and various employers, educational institutions and educational trade associations. For this work, Collins has been recognized as a "Leader in Diversity" by the Triad Business Journal; a "Phenom of Law' by both the North Carolina and South Carolina Lawyers Weekly; one of the American Bar Association's On the Rise – Top 40 Young Lawyers; and by The University of Alabama College of Education for his work in the education field. Collins was also selected by his peers for inclusion in Business North Carolina's "Legal Elite" and The Best Lawyers in America© "Ones to Watch" list for Education Law and Labor and Employment Law – Management.

    Collins went to Wake Forest University School of Law, where he was recognized by the North Carolina State Bar for his pro bono service and National Jurist as a "Law Student of the Year." He also holds a Master's degree in School Counseling and uses his experience to counsel educational institutions on state and federal regulatory compliance and civil rights issues. Prior to entering the legal field, he was trained as a mental health care practitioner and uses those skills in his legal practice.

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  • Norman A. Smith

    Norman A. Smith is the owner of Norman A. Smith Attorney at Law in Durham.

  • Alexa Cannon Spain

    Alexa Cannon Spain is the Lead Contract Specialist at Weill Cornell Medicine in Raleigh.

    Alexa earned her B.S. with a concentration in Business Administration and Management from East Carolina University and her J.D. from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.

    Click here for more information about Alexa.

  • Kim K. Steffan

    Kim K. Steffan is the Managing Partner at Steffan & Associates PC in Hillsborough. She has been in general practice since 1986, most of that time in Hillsborough. Her areas of practice consist of business law, employment law, estate administration and probate, estate planning and real estate.

    Kim serves on the Regional Advisory Board for UNC's Small Business and Technology Development Center. She is a current Board member and past president of the Orange County Bar Association. She serves on the District 18 Bar Mentoring Committee to assist young lawyers with professional development. She has spoken to various groups on estate planning, business law, family law, workers' comp, and other topics.

    From time to time, Kim serves as a volunteer guest faculty member at seminars and workshops at the UNC Law School. She writes the monthly "Ask the Lawyer" legal column for the News of Orange County. She received the 2009 Work Life Balance Award presented by the N.C. Association of Women Attorneys.

    Kim earnedher B.A. magna cum laude from Duke University and her J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law at Chapel Hill.

    Click here for more information about Kim.

  • Chief Judge Donna S. Stroud

    Chief Judge Donna S. Stroud has served on the North Carolina Court of Appeals for over thirteen years, having been first elected in 2006. She is a dual graduate of Campbell University, with a B.A., summa cum laude, in Government, and J.D., magna cum laude. She was ranked first in her class each year of law school and upon graduation; she served as the Notes & Comments Editor of the Campbell Law Review. She earned her LL.M. in Judicial Studies from Duke University School of Law.

    Chief Judge Stroud spent 16 years in private practice, first as an associate and later as a partner, until her election in 2004 as a District Court Judge in Wake County. While in private practice, she was also both a certified Superior Court mediator and a District Court arbitrator.

    Chief Judge Stroud served as a Family Court Judge while on the District Court. After joining the Court of Appeals in 2007, she began teaching as an Adjunct Professor at Campbell University School of Law in 2008, teaching Judicial Process and Juvenile Law.

    Chief Judge Stroud frequently presents CLE programs for the North Carolina Bar Association and other organizations. She currently serves as chair of the Chief Justice's Rules Advisory Commission and is a member of the North Carolina Courts Commission and Family Court Advisory Committee.

    Click here for more information about Chief Judge Stroud.

  • Joshua T. Walthall

    Joshua T. Walthall is a professional licensing attorney at Joshua Walthall Attorney at Law in Raleigh. He focuses his practice on representing lawyers, physicians, nurses, dentists, land surveyors, engineers, real estate agents, accountants, and other professionals in legal proceedings before administrative licensing boards. He assists clients in navigating issues related to highly regulated professions, including the unauthorized practice of law and issues before the Board of Law Examiners.

    Joshua also provides confidential, practical advice to lawyers and law firms facing professional ethics dilemmas, including Bar or criminal investigations, employee theft, unfair competition and business practices, firm dissolutions, and other risk management. He can also audit or investigate trust account records and provide guidance on how to correct trust accounting errors and maintain best practices.

    Joshua was formerly with Nelson Mullins in Raleigh. Before entering private practice, Josh spent nearly a decade at the North Carolina State Bar prosecuting attorney misconduct and the unauthorized practice of law.

    Joshua earned his B.A. from the College at Southeastern and his J.D. from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.

    Prior to law school, Joshua worked in the land surveying, banking, and construction industries and was a middle school teacher and soccer coach.

    Click here for more information about Joshua.

  • William D. Walton

    William D. Walton is an assistant attorney general North Carolina Department of Justice in Raleigh.

    William received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and graduated cum laude from North Carolina Central University School of Law.

    Click here for more information about William.

  • Patrick H. Yanke

    Patrick H. Yanke is a CFP and Branch Manager at Yanke Financial in Raleigh. He sees himself as a problem solver and his business is entirely based on relationships with the people he serves and his best relationships come from solving problems for people.

    Patrick started his professional life in Army Basic Training at Ft Knox, KY. This was the first step on a journey through Marion Military Institute and the US Air Force Academy to being commissioned an officer in the USAF. He served in five major commands at five installations (including deployments to Saudi Arabia and Southern Italy) before leaving service to start a family and build a business.

    Patrick is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy (where he majored in Aeronautical Engineering with a minor in Arabic) and an Air Force veteran.

    Patrick started his career in financial planning a cadet at the Academy. Throughout his military tenure, he counseled his personnel on financial matters and money management. After his miltary career, he joined A.G. Edwards in 2000 in Panama City, FL. After building a strong business in Florida, in 2005 Patrick elected to move his family to Raleigh to enjoy the climate, history and culture of North Carolina.

    Patrick is a past state president of the Air Force Association, current president of the Air Force Academy Society of NC, and sits on the Industry Advisory Panel for the American Public University System.

    The secret of Patrick's success is as simple as the Golden Rule…treat everyone as he wants to be treated. He has been married to his wife, Grete, for over 25 years and they have four children together. They have chosen an active role in the formation of their children through homeschooling.

    Patrick is active in his community through the Kiwanis Club of Raleigh, the Knights of Columbus, the Executives Club of Raleigh, and veterans organizations. He is a past state president of the Air Force Association, past president of the Raleigh Kiwanis Foundation, current president of the Air Force Academy Society of NC, serves on the Industry Advisory Panel for the American Public University System, and a regular contributor to "Attorney-at-Law" Magazine.

    Click here for more information about Patrick.

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December 7, 2021
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Duration 7H 30M

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