Tamarie's passion has always been helping people make the most out of life. During her undergraduate years at Seton Hill University, Tamarie stayed committed to her passion by volunteering at local nonprofit organizations during the annual "Labor of Love " volunteer event and was recognized with the Susan B. Anthony Award. She realized that helping others through nonprofits was her pathway to reaching those in need. Naturally, throughout her law school career at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Tamarie pursued her passion by volunteering with Christian Legal Aid of Pittsburgh, a nonprofit, providing free legal aid to low-income residents of Allegheny County, PA. Tamarie is a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
After law school, Tamarie moved to Houston, TX to be with her family. She continued her passion by volunteering as an outreach volunteer at Fort Bend Lawyers Care, where she conducted intake interviews and scheduled clinic appointments for residents to obtain free legal aid. Professionally trained in civil mediation and family mediation, Tamarie mediates through the Texas Department of Insurance, Harris County Dispute Resolution Center and Fort Bend County Dispute Resolution Center. As a mediator, Tamarie incorporates her discipline as an attorney and her passion to help disputing parties find effective and life-changing solutions. It is her pleasure to empower change in the lives of others and she looks forward to helping clients find resolution.
In her spare time, Tamarie enjoys exercising, traveling, cooking, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
B.A., Seton Hill University
Trainings and Certifications
24-Hour Family Mediation Training
Credentialed Mediator, Texas Mediator Credentialing Association
Volunteer and Community Work
Volunteer Mediator, Fort Bend County Dispute Resolution Center
Outreach Volunteer, Fort Bend Lawyers Care (2018)
Pennsylvania Bar Association