Dorothe is a Corporate Paralegal and eDiscovery Manager in the Litigation area with The Chemours Company in Wilmington, Delaware. Dorothe has been a paralegal for more than 22 years and holds the Advanced Certified Paralegal credential in the areas of Discovery, Trial Practice and Contracts Management. She specializes in complex multi-jurisdictional document intensive and antitrust matters. Dorothe is an Adjunct Faculty Member at Harford Community College in Churchville, Maryland where she has been teaching a “Technology in the Law Office” course since 2009. She has presented numerous education courses for NALA in the areas of eDiscovery, Advanced Discovery Techniques and is a past presenter of "The Electronic Discovery Institute” at the 2007 NALA Annual Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana as well as "The Anatomy of a Case" in Omaha, Nebraska in 2012 and "The Paralegals Role in eDiscovery" in Charleston, South Carolina in 2014. In addition, she has written articles on the subject. Dorothe is a Past Member of the Maryland State Bar Association Special Committee on Paralegals, a Past Region II Director and Board Member of the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc. and Past Board Member and Founder of Baltimore City Paralegal Association, Inc.