Jayne was born and raised in Indianapolis and attended Warren Central High School. Jayne lived in Illinois for 25 years before returning to her hometown in 2000. She’s been working for WKW for 11 years. When not working, you’ll find Jayne’s nose in a book. Other than reading, Jayne enjoys being a grandma because it allows/demands “silliness.” Jayne lives in Indianapolis with her significant other Mick. She has 3 children and 5 grandchildren.
Neil was born in Indianapolis and grew up in Westfield. Neil attended Westfield High School and then graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Psychology. Neil has been working at WKW for 15 years. In his free time, Neil enjoys playing guitar and making music, working out, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, investing, reading, jogging, computers and technology, traveling and eating his wife’s excellent cooking. Neil is also a member of WKW’s Tutoring Team for School on Wheels.
Matt has been the marketing manager at WKW since 2011. He graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and earned his MBA from Anderson University in 2016. In his free time, Matt enjoys attending sporting events, cooking, golfing and spending time with his family and friends. Matt, his wife Lindsey and their daughter Ella, live in downtown Noblesville. Matt is a member of WKW’s Tutoring Team for School on Wheels and also volunteers for the American Cancer Society and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Angie has over 15 years’ experience as a paralegal and has been a paralegal at WKW for 13 years. Angie is from Bloomington, IN and has lived in Indianapolis for the last 19 years. Angie graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Criminal Justice and then graduated from IUPUI with a degree in Paralegal Studies. In her free time, Angie enjoys being a part of WKW’s Tutoring Team for School on Wheels.
Amy has 25 years’ experience as a paralegal and has been with WKW for 20 years. Amy is originally from Ohio and has lived in Indianapolis for the last 21 years. Amy received her paralegal certificate from The American Institute for Paralegal Studies. Amy is married with a delightful 8 year old and two dogs. In her free time, Amy enjoys attending her son’s sporting events and fishing. Amy also volunteers for Down Syndrome Indiana.
Sherrie has over 30 years’ experience as a paralegal and has been a paralegal at WKW for 25 years. Sherrie attended Southport High School and then graduated from Indiana Central University with a degree in Paralegal Studies. In her free time, Sherrie enjoys cooking, spending time with family, boating, snow skiing, hiking, riding the motorcycle and being outdoors! Sherrie and her husband Tom live in Indianapolis with their dog Lucy. Sherrie has one son and 5 beautiful grandchildren.
Cynthia has 23 years’ experience as a paralegal and has been a litigation paralegal at WKW for 16 years. She graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and then received her paralegal degree from Roosevelt University in Chicago. Cynthia is married and has two children who keep her busy with all of their activities. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, photography, and volunteers as a leader for her daughter’s Girl Scout troop.
Elaine is from Indianapolis but recently moved to Noblesville with her husband Fernando, dog Brutus and cat Sophia. Elaine is bilingual in English and Spanish and was a legal interpreter/translator before becoming a paralegal. Elaine has been a paralegal for 6 years and has worked at WKW for the last 7 years. Elaine has spent a total of 16 months living in Mexico.
Megan is a recent graduate from Eastern Kentucky University (December 2012) where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Paralegal Science and a minor in Political Science. Megan has been a paralegal at WKW since January 2013. Prior to becoming a paralegal, Megan was an intern at our office during the summer of 2012. Megan is from Indianapolis and graduated from Roncalli High School. In her free time, Megan loves watching and participating in sports, traveling and spending time with friends. Megan is also a member of WKW’s tutoring team for School on Wheels and also volunteers with the Special Olympics and Habitat for Humanity.
Angie has been a paralegal for over 20 years. She was raised in Iowa and attended paralegal school in California. Thereafter, she made her way to Indiana where she has lived for nearly half her life. When Angie is not busy helping injured people at WKW, she enjoys spending time with her husband, son and their rescue dog, Harley. She also enjoys working outside in her flower gardens, spending time with friends and making people laugh.