Congratulations to Senior Partner Angie Truitt, Joseph Chris Partners’ November Producer of the Month!
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About Angie Truitt
A military brat, I developed a talent at an early age for developing and maintaining relationships that would later become invaluable in my career as a recruiting professional. After a short detour in retail sales management during and after college, I opted to follow in my father’s footsteps and attend law school, graduating from Baylor University in 1999. Practicing law for 13 years taught me to be a keen listener, critical thinker, and skilled communicator. It also taught me that I did not like being a lawyer.
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Senior Recruiter Dawn Bahan of Joseph Chris Partners was raised to Back the Blue. The daughter of a Louisiana police captain, Dawn landed her job as Turn Kings Harbor Blue organizer unassumingly. In a round-table discussion with our team about what community service event to host 4 years ago, Dawn and several others expressed their […]
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I was a baby lawyer, just one year out of law school, returning to my office after a hearing and there was a U-Haul trailer backed up to the entrance of my building. Moving guys with banker boxes loaded onto dollies blocked my path into my office, and I stepped around them to get […]
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I grew up in the military. My dad served for 23 years, and we moved around every 3 years throughout my childhood. It was a really good life, filled with amazing people and places, and I credit my outgoing nature to that life. We’d move to a new post, and I’d go knocking on our […]
CEO Veronica Ramirez has a giving heart, and she has always wanted Joseph Chris Partners to be a company that gives back to the community. I still remember the meeting where Turn Kings Harbor Blue was born several years ago. After the team decided we wanted to show appreciation for the local enforcement officers that […]
I have tried to like baseball several times in my adult life. People have tried to make me like baseball several times in my adult life. I got quizzed on baseball trivia and forced to play in a fantasy league to make me pay attention to games. (NOTE: I saw Keuchel pitch his first […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s hard to miss with all the pink everywhere, and it’s amazing how many people and organizations have mobilized to work towards early detection and cure of this disease that women have a 1 in 8 chance of getting. And in looking around at the people I know […]
I left the practice of law because of a movie (“The Help”) and a song (“I Dare You To Move”). After far too long in a profession that didn’t fill me up, I quit. I walked away and I’ve never looked back. I’m firmly in the “life’s too short” camp, and over the last 6 […]