Women’s History Month: Adair WoronoffPDF
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Robinson Bradshaw is highlighting women from the firm throughout March. Meet corporate paralegal Adair Woronoff.
Describe what you do at Robinson Bradshaw.
I am a corporate paralegal with a focus on health care. I perform a wide variety of tasks with the end goal of assisting the firm in providing the best service it can to its clients.
What do you most enjoy about your job?
My colleagues, of course. We work hard and, as a result, spend a lot of time together. That work is made so much more enjoyable because we get to work alongside such thoughtful, intelligent and humble folks.
What advice would you give a younger version of yourself?
Failure isn’t fatal or final. You can learn from mistakes. So, don’t be afraid to make them. But, when you do, make certain to own them. That means letting the appropriate people know so that a plan can be made to correct the issue.
Who is a female role model you admire, and why?
My mother has always been my role model. A widow at 31, she raised my brother and me by herself. She parented with such grace. Now, with three children of my own, I look back at her ability to find the joy amidst all of that chaos with awe.
Tell us something about yourself that we wouldn't learn from your website bio.
I am on my third stint at Robinson Bradshaw. The first time I left to get married. The second time I left to have a child. The third time might just be in a coffin!