Frida is known for her positive, hardworking approach – coupled with strong people skills and the ability to effectively work both collaboratively and independently.
With a background in administration as well as law, she joined CGS3 after working for three years as a litigation paralegal with Harris Personal Injury Lawyers and has also worked as an administrative assistant for The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree.
“I love being a litigation paralegal and thrive on the fast-paced environment, the legal writing and the in-depth research aspect that comes with the job.“
Her off time is spent giving back. She is an avid volunteer with Esperanza International, a non-profit which helps build houses for the less fortunate in Tijuana, Mexico. A native of Kenya, she is also involved with the local chapter of the United Nations Association, which act as an important resource for San Diego residents by addressing critical global, community and economic issues.
- UNA-USA (United Nations Association of the United States of America), San Diego Chapter, Member
- Esperanza International, Volunteer