Business & Marketing Manager
Felecia H. Tremont joined Tremont Sheldon P.C. in 2004 and became the Business and Marketing Manager in 2007. Felecia gained much of her experience working in the technology and financial services industries. After working at several large corporations, she enjoys the entrepreneurial spirit of a smaller office and being able to give personal attention to each client and case.
Felecia is in charge of the day-to-day office operations as well as managing the website, charitable events for the community, and communicating with the firm’s new and existing clients and referring attorneys. She assists the Attorneys with clients and helps with court presentations.
After graduating from Dickinson College with a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in Russian and Economics, Felecia worked in the technology industry helping hospitals digitize medical records and later continued her education at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University, receiving her Masters in Business Administration in Finance and Information Technology. She then went on to work at several financial services consulting firms which gave her a great foundation for assisting clients at Tremont Sheldon.
Felecia is an active volunteer and member of several organizations, including: Appalachian Mountain Club, New England Airedale Rescue, Ovarian Cancer Coalition, Collegiate Education Groups, and several preservation/Audubon societies throughout New England. When she is not in the office, you can find her hiking, cooking, or gardening and sometimes training for a charity road race. She enjoys planting the seasonal flowers outside the office every year.
“Every day I come to work and know we are directly impacting someone’s life in a positive way. I am so grateful that we can help people after a physical and/or emotional injury and aid in their healing process and ability to move forward. Our clients truly become a member of the Tremont Sheldon P.C. family and their success is our success, not just with their case, but their life.”