MESSAGE FROM THE PARALEGAL DIVISION
By Greg Wayment, J.
On behalf of the Paralegal Division, I would like to introduce the 2018–2019 Board of Directors. We are pleased to announce the chair for the upcoming year is Candace Gleed. We also have three new members joining the Board of Directors and wish to extend a warm welcome to them. This year’s Board of Directors are:
Chair – Candace A. Gleed. Candace is a litigation paralegal at the firm of Eisenberg, Gilchrist & Cutt (EGC), working primarily on plaintiff’s personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Prior to joining EGC, Candace was somewhat of a Paralegal Traveler and experienced various practice areas in the past twenty-four years, including insurance defense, criminal law, administrative law, and the legislative process as the paralegal to Utah’s very own Porn Czar. Candace is the mother of four children and two grandchildren. She enjoys volunteering, especially for organizations involving the elderly, disabled, or at-risk youth and for domestic violence shelters. She can often be found frequenting local concerts or Broadway at the Eccles or being exercised by her two new puppies, Reggie and Rosie.
Chair-Elect – Sarah Stronk. As a paralegal at Dorsey & Whitney, Sarah supports attorneys in the Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Capital Markets groups with private and public business and financing transactions. Sarah was on the Dean’s list at Salt Lake Community College, where she earned her Paralegal Studies degree. She also earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from the University of Utah. She is currently Co-Chair of the Paralegal Division of the Utah State Bar CLE Committee and serves first responders in collaboration with the Wills for Heroes Foundation. Sarah first began working as a paralegal in 2009 and is a strong advocate for the profession.
Finance Officer – Cheryl Miller. Cheryl received her paralegal certificate in 1992. From 1992–2000 she worked as a paralegal underwriter for attorney’s errors and omissions insurance. In 2000, she began...