Anny Derrico is an intellectual property paralegal at Gallium Law, with prior experience as an IP paralegal and legal secretary, and a personal injury paralegal and intake specialist.
Anny graduated Cum Laude from Cabrini University, with a bachelor's degree in History and Political Science and a minor in Philosophy. While at Cabrini, she was Vice President of Cabrini University's Phi Sigma Tau chapter and President of Cabrini University's Students Take Action Now Darfur (STAND) chapter. During her undergraduate years, Anny took pride in being an active member of her community; she volunteered as a poll watcher for the Committee of Seventy in Philadelphia, worked on a gubernatorial campaign, and was involved in local government.
After graduating from Cabrini University, Anny attended Pace University School of Law in White Plains, NY, and plans to complete her legal degree in the near future. During her time at Pace, Anny volunteered at the Pace Women's Justice Center and performed a summer internship at a high-net-worth matrimonial law firm.
Anny has lived all over the country, but currently feels lucky to call North Carolina home. While out-of-office, she can usually be found chasing down her kids or holed up in her garage refinishing a piece of thrifted furniture. She also collects one-of-a-kind purses made of recycled huipils (embroidered blouses worn by indigenous women of Guatemala) and, despite her friends and family saying otherwise, she considers this a “hobby.”