Maddy joined Hargrave Family Law with a wide range of talents and experience that position her as a valuable asset to our administrative and management team. Maddy enjoys applying her varied work experience to support the leadership of Hargrave Family Law, and believes that by supporting them, she is ultimately enabling our team to help our clients reach their goals.
Maddy received her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Mississippi, minoring in Public Policy Leadership and Entrepreneurship. Maddy began her career working in Human Resources, serving as the Internal Hiring Manager for a large company in Dallas and in a Human Resources Generalist position in Savannah, Georgia. Through these positions, she learned about all aspects of HR in the workplace. After COVID began, Maddy made a career pivot and began working as a virtual assistant for a Boutique Bookkeeping Firm, gaining additional skills in administrative support. This experience allowed Maddy to rediscover her strong organizational skills and reignite her passion for helping businesses reach their goals, which ultimately led her to Hargrave Family Law.
Maddy is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has obtained her SHRM-CP certification. She is also a graduate of the Hiring our Heroes Amplify program, an intensive career development program for military spouses.
Maddy is an active-duty military spouse, and currently resides in Savannah, GA with her husband and two Labrador Retrievers. She is an active member of the Alpha Phi Alumni Association, having served as the Recruitment Advisor at the University of North Texas. Maddy is a member of the Junior League of Savannah, and also an active member in the Episcopal Church.
Maddy is honored to support the leadership of Hargrave Family Law in a multitude of ways. “What I admire most about Hargrave Family Law is how much we value our clients’ families and respect their end goals. I find it gratifying to work for an organization with such dedicated and collaborative people, and for firm leaders that have such positive and inspiring work ethics.”