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The Chester County Paralegal Association has elected Gawthrop Greenwood paralegal Cathie O’Donnell as vice president of the esteemed organization.
“Our paralegals perform critical work each day to support and nurture Gawthrop Greenwood’s clients, and Cathie has long been a highly respected leader in her profession,” said Stacey L. Fuller, chair of the management committee at Gawthrop Greenwood. “We are so pleased that Cathie’s extensive service to our community now includes her role as Vice President of the Chester County Paralegal Association.”
O’Donnell is a paralegal for the Family Law Department at Gawthrop Greenwood, PC in West Chester, where the firm’s paralegals are members of the Chester County Paralegal Association. She is also a member of the Chester County Drug and Alcohol Advisory Board, which advises the Director of the Chester County Department of Drug and Alcohol on the planning, coordination and administration of drug and alcohol prevention, intervention and treatment services to county residents. In April 2018, O’Donnell was named to The Mayor’s Opioid Action Task Force in West Chester as an advisory board member. She has also been a speaker for the NOPE Task Force.
Formed in 1992, the Chester County Paralegal Association promotes high standards and ethics in the paralegal profession, enhances the role of paralegals in the legal community and encourages the continuing legal education of paralegals. The organization is a member of the Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations and the National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc.