Members on the Move
Sandra Cigalotti (not pictured), a member of the South Florida Chapter, is now Legal Administrator at Keller Landsberg, PA, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Amy R. Crawford-Hale, a member of the Suncoast Chapter, is now Regional Office Administrator at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Asgie Hernandez, a member of the Orange County Chapter, is now Office Administrator at O’Melveny & Myers, LLP, in Austin, Texas.
Erin M. Hulme, CLM, a member of the Houston Chapter, is now Business Director at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, in Houston, Texas.
Terri S. Johnson, a member of the Suncoast Chapter, is now Firm Administrator at Paskert Divers Thompson in Tampa, Florida.
Catherine M. Mingolello, a member of the Nutmeg Chapter, is now Administrative Services Manager at Withers Bergman, LLP, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Quency D. Perkins, a member of the Houston Chapter, is now Human Resources Manager at Diamond McCarthy LLP in Houston, Texas.
Brianna Rose, a member of the New York City Chapter, is now New York Office Administrator at O’Melveny & Myers, LLP, in New York, New York.
Lawanna M. Voci, a member of the Suncoast Chapter, is now Chief Operations Officer at Nelson Koster in Tampa, Florida.
Former ALA President Nancy J. Siegel Passes Away
ALA is saddened to report that Past President Nancy J. Siegel passed away in February at the age of 76. After first joining ALA in 1979, she eventually went on to lead the Association from 1990 to 1991. According to our records, Nancy appears to have retired in 2008. But she certainly didn’t disengage from ALA. Nancy remained a mentor to many in the Golden Gate Chapter and was an occasional donor to the Foundation of the Association of Legal Administrators.
She was recently featured alongside the other ALA Presidents in the 2021 print edition of Legal Management; its yearbook-style design celebrated the Association’s 50th Anniversary. Here’s part of Nancy’s quoted remarks: “Juggling a leadership role in ALA with the demanding job of legal administrator was challenging at times, but always worth the effort. Great learning opportunities, extraordinary colleagues and lifelong friendships.” Our sympathies are with those who knew her.