Trisha A. Wetherington Alzate
Office Administrator & Comptroller
With a career spanning over two decades, Ms. Alzate is grateful to have been presented with tremendous opportunities to expand her knowledge and refine her skill sets in business administration. While attending the University of Central Florida, she held her first role in the legal field serving as a Deputy Clerk in the Family Law Division of the Osceola County Clerk of Court. Here, she had the opportunity to work directly with customers, attorneys, and judges, which resulted in gaining a valuable combination of industry knowledge and experience. After four years of government service, she was presented with an opportunity to work as a legal secretary with a local Family Law practice. Here, she gained a contrasting perspective of the legal field, one which furthered her interest as well as her dedication to provide an excellent client experience.
Upon graduating from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Finance, Ms. Alzate left the legal field to run her family's small business that specializes in building custom residential homes for families throughout Central Florida. As the economic tides turned, the family business' reigns were returned to her general contractor father.
Shortly thereafter, she found herself as an independent business consultant gaining further valuable work experience while providing business administration and accounting services to small businesses across various industries. These combined experiences led Ms. Alzate to attain multiple professional certifications including Notary Public, Certified Notary Signing Agent, and Certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor.
Since joining The Maher Law Firm in 2014, Ms. Alzate's dynamic skill sets afforded her a rapid progression into her current roles as Office Administrator & Comptroller. She is attune to the constantly evolving needs of the business and is committed to proficiency for leading The Maher Law Firm in delivering supreme client experiences.