Shannon is a certified paralegal who handles many aspects of claim file production in wildfire litigation and is responsible for data updates to the defense, to clients, and in mediation. She participates in data acquisition, analytics, and oversees some of the business administration duties for the firm. Shannon has unique and special skills in the application of Google Earth to wildfire cases, especially with regard to mapping. She also assists in deposition preparation and in the organization, display and sharing of exhibits during the questioning of witnesses.
Shannon holds a master’s degree and was a math teacher for years prior to discovering her love for the law and joining Berger Kahn. She brings her knowledge and expertise to the service of Berger Kahn’s attorneys, staff and clients in her ability to diligently do both the qualitative and quantitative work necessary in a thriving insurance law and subrogation practice. She approaches her job with responsibility, compassion and dedication.
University of California, Irvine (Paralegal Certificate, 2019)
Iowa State University (M.Ed., BS, Mathematics and Chemistry, 2014)
Iowa State University (MS, Mathematics, expected 2020)
•Phi Beta Kappa
•Exemplary Peer Mentor
Member, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Secretary, Rubik’s Cube Club
Volunteer Award, Story Country, 2013
“Teacher of Tomorrow” awarded by Professional Educators of Iowa, 2011
Volunteer, Reading with Rover Storytime, a childhood reading activity for residents of Section 8 housing
Tutor, Calculus, Organic Chemistry and General Chemistry