Janet is responsible for the firm’s administrative, fiscal and human resource management. Although new to the branch of employment law, Janet’s experience in legal administrative management spans well over 20 years. Prior to joining Console Mattiacci, she provided oversight to the practice groups of some of Philadelphia largest intellectual property practices.

Her approach to law firm management can been heard in the words of Maya Angelou. “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”. These words nicely capture the very heart of every issue brought to an employment law firm for resolution. At the end of the day, how someone felt is genuinely the driving force behind each case. Managers in today’s busy world often make the mistake of focusing solely on the technical efficiency, processes or numbers, when they should focus on the people who achieve those goals….especially in the legal community. A law firm’s most valuable asset isn’t found within the revenue it generates, but rather people working within its infrastructure who help clients bring closure to a difficult time in their lives.

Janet holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (with a minor in rhetoric and communication) from Temple University. She graduated magna cum laude with distinction in major and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

Janet is a South Philadelphia native who now resides in Deptford, New Jersey with her dogs Max and Snickers and her umbrella cockatoo Jabberwocky. She volunteers in her community, serving as the President of her Homeowner’s Association. In her free time, Janet can be found at her gym pressing iron or at home in her garden.

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