Holly’s “construction” DNA started with her grandfather a plumber. The family construction DNA was passed on to the next generation with her Uncle, a landscaper, and her Dad, a patio cover and sunroom contractor. Today, Holly’s construction DNA has mutated, and she is a construction paralegal.
Growing up Holly and her sisters were never interested in construction. All she and her sisters knew was that their Dad’s job required him to drive around town in an old Chevy truck. It was not until she started working part-time in college that she had any appreciation for her Dad’s construction company and the construction industry in general.
What started out as a temporary part time college job working for her Dad’s construction business turned into a 20-year career in the construction industry. After college, Holly was hired to manage her Dad’s office full time. She is grateful for her Dad teaching her so much about construction, business, and all the ups and downs that go along with it.
Fast forward to today. Holly’s Dad is nearing retirement, which gave Holly the opportunity to pursue her interest in law and attend South Coast College to earn her paralegal degree.
Immediately after graduating from paralegal school, Holly decided to combine her knowledge of construction with her knowledge of law by finding her home with Plumtree & Brunner LLP.
Holly’s hobbies are listening to podcasts, especially true crime podcasts, watching true crime shows, and taking spin classes. Her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family, and above all else, play with her nieces and nephew.