Sarah was first introduced to the legal industry when she was an intern for her current company, 34-45 Consulting. While she did have a business law class in college, she had no idea she'd end up in the legal industry, having graduated with a degree in MIS.
Sarah is now currently a Data Analyst based in Houston, Texas. She works with 35-45 Consulting, specializing in designing and building multi-tier applications, control development processing, business analysis & strategy, document automation and database conversion and integrations.
Additionally, Sarah brings a wide range of unique skills to her role, including HTML, Adobe Creative Cloud, Java, and Visual Studios.
We asked Sarah a few questions about herself to get to know one of our valued Centerbase Certified Partners better:
1.-What is your favorite part about working with law firms?
"My favorite part about working with law firms would probably have to be how efficient they work on meeting their deadlines. I’m such a type A person where I like to have all my ducks in a row and I feel like lawyers are definitely those types of people as well. If not, they usually have an assistant to help with that."
2. What is a fun fact that you'd like people to know?
"A fun fact about me is that the two subjects I hated the most in college are the two industries I help support, Accounting and Law. I graduated with a degree in MIS from the business school because I loved the problem solving in business but coding fitted me best for my personality. I definitely did not like my accounting classes but here I am consulting on the software. I didn’t understand my law class, but here I am helping with document management."
3. Why are you excited to work with Centerbase?
"I think the thing that excites me the most about Centerbase is that it has this fresh new feel. Being a recent graduate, I’ve learned all about cloud and web based applications. I feel like Centerbase will give me the ability to customize the program and use my MIS skills to help a client get and work with what they want."