Listee Features — November 9, 2017


In all areas of her life, Patricia Rose Maria Eufemia Nelson strives to be kind, to be honest, and to do the right thing. She decided she wanted to be a lawyer in high school, but had three children over the course of three years and needed to stay home to raise them. She never forgot about her dream, however, and, when her kids were more grown, she knew her time had finally come. Ms. Nelson proceeded to obtain degrees in political science and philosophy from the University of Toronto and an LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School, which propelled her to the fruitful career she maintains to this day. ​ As the lawyer and principal of Nelson Family Law,

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Caring, hardworking and skilled, Carol Susan Miller is constantly striving to reach new heights in her quest to help others. She is presently an advisory board member for the St. Germaine Auxiliary for Child Abuse Prevention, now Promises2Kids, backed by nearly six decades of experience in counseling psychology and education. When Ms. Miller began her professional journey, she was primarily focused on education. She served in roles like kindergarten teacher at Hampton Street School, teacher of grades K-3 at Roosevelt Elementary School, elementary school teacher at Horace Mann School, and substitute elementary school teacher within the San Diego School Districts, before life took her on another path. ​ Being diagnosed with breast cancer at age 38 was the most difficult

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