Kemmily joined Meyer Wilson in August of 2019. She has been working as a paralegal for over 10 years. Prior to joining Meyer Wilson, Kemmily has worked as a paralegal in the insurance industry and personal injury firms.
Kemmily works primarily on mass tort matters. In that role, she serves as a familiar voice to our many clients who have been harmed by defective drugs and medical devices. She provides support for the attorneys and clients through every step of the mass tort legal process.
Kemmily is also active in the greater legal community. She is a long time member of PACO (Paralegal Association of Central Ohio), and has previously served on the board as Assistant Vice President, as well as Programs Director, and won Paralegal of the Year in 2019.
In her personal life, Kemmily spends most of her time as a dedicated mother and enjoys going hiking and doing yoga, and occasionally writes poetry. She is also an activist and passionate about devoting her time to social justice causes.
Capital University Law School
Canvassed for national and local political candidates
Leader of a local parent advocate group
Volunteered with Mid-Ohio Food Bank
Performed and read in local poetry events
PACO (Paralegal Association of Central Ohio)
NFPA (National Federation of Paralegals Association)