Angie joined Peck Ritchey in 2019. She graduated from Wilbur Wright College with her associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies and furthered her education by obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies from Roosevelt University in 2015. Prior to joining the firm, Angie worked in various fields of Civil Litigation, including Workers Compensation, Personal Injury, Defense Mortgage Foreclosure, Bankruptcy and Immigration. She also worked for the Office of State Appellate Defender as a paralegal. Angie volunteers as a paralegal for the Justice of Our Neighbors and Family Focus. Both organizations focus on helping indigenous people obtain legal status in the U.S. As a volunteer, Angie assists people with their citizenship applications.