Aundria Green is an Outlook calendar flag ninja. She has to keep track of the raft of attorney meetings, document deadlines, travel arrangements, and every other arrangement that keeps the ASWB team on schedule. Green also makes sure those tasks are done within state and federal regulations and helps in the drafting and discovery processes.
Green joined ASWB in 2013 and earned a bachelor’s degree in multidisciplinary studies at Boise State University in 2016. She lives in Boise and enjoys biking and running with her dog, camping and snowboarding. She recently bought a pontoon boat with friends and plans to spend more time on Idaho waterways.
Before becoming a paralegal, Chantel traveled the world with her husband and two children while her husband served in the U.S. Air Force. Now retired from the Air Force, the family traded their flip-flops and Florida beaches for hiking boots and the Idaho mountains.
Chantel earned a bachelor’s degree in criminology at St. Leo University in 2006 and recently became a Registered Paralegal® through the National Federation of Paralegal Associations.
During her free time, Chantel and her husband spend countless hours at baseball and softball diamonds cheering on their son and daughter.
As one of ASWB’s top paralegals, a typical day in Keri Guiberson’s life could easily overwhelm mere mortals. But Keri keeps the chaos in control, working closely with each team of attorneys. Stop by the firm’s offices, and you’ll find Keri gathering and preparing documents for review and getting clients and lawyers ready for depositions, hearings and trials.
Keri joined the firm in 2010 and has been in the legal field for more than 20 years. She also serves on the Idaho Association of Paralegals and is serving as the association’s VP of Education. When not in the office, she can be found spending time with her family golfing, cycling, and getting ready for her first century ride — a 100 mile bicycle ride. She also is involved in organizing the ASWB Twilight Criterium, one of the best criteriums on the USA Cycling racing calendar.
For most visitors and clients, Madison Hyland is the first Andersen Schwartzman Woodard Brailsford staff member they will encounter. As the Director of First Impressions she routes people and information to their appropriate destinations and solves problems on the fly.
Madison is a graduate of Boise State University with a degree in social work. She loves running in the Boise foothills, and hanging out with her 12-year-old teacup poodle.
Mary Ream joined Andersen Schwartzman Woodard Brailsford more than eight years ago and is ASWB’s “Resident Bean Counter.” Prior to joining the firm, Mary enjoyed traveling from coast-to-coast, even spending some time living on an island off the beautiful coast of Maine. Her adventures eventually landed her in Boise, where she attended Boise State University and built an impressive skill set in the local banking industry – a skill set that is invaluable in her role with ASWB.
A mother of four, Mary is also the unofficial “mama bear” of the ASWB staff. She still loves to travel and take photographs, but she’ll also tell you she lives for the time she spends with her family – especially her grandkids.
Before joining the firm, Tony Emerson was slinging caffeine at a coffee shop in downtown Boise. His attention to detail caught the eye of ASWB’s leadership and they recruited him to the firm. Today Tony, as the Internal IT & Marketing Director, is the Watson to their Sherlock – there’s never been a problem he wasn’t happy to help solve. The only constant for Tony is that every day will bring new challenges, be it emerging technologies, marketing deadlines, or negotiating terms with vendors.
He holds a double Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from Boise State University in Illustration and Painting and has built PCs since he was 13. Tony and his fiancée Nicole enjoy snacks and adventuring with their dog, Roland.