My name is Cassandra Botelho. Although I started working with the firm as a receptionist in 2018, I am now a part of the Client Experience team. Previously, I was a manager of a popular local restaurant after I graduated from UMass Dartmouth. I enjoy working with our clients immensely and it gives me a great deal of satisfaction knowing that I am part of a team that is there to help guide clients through what may be a daunting time in their lives. One organization that the firm supports is the Alzheimer’s Association and it also holds a very special place in my heart because of my grandmother, Gert.
Outside of work, I love spending time with my two beautiful little boys who are just a year apart in age! Because of that, I don’t get a whole lot of “me time,” but I do enjoy the occasional “field trip” to Target. Being a Mom and having a grandmother with Alzheimer’s Disease has taught me to always to live in the moment and how important it is to be kind and thoughtful to one another. I try every day to make everyone feel special and appreciated because they are!
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