We are thrilled to start off 2021 with two new additions to our eDiscovery consultant team at Page One.
McKenzie Phillips and Eric Ramos join the Page One team as eDiscovery consultants.
McKenzie, as an eDiscovery Consultant, is responsible for creating and maintaining strong client relationships in the legal and corporate community. She will orchestrate the delivery of customized solutions that effectively address our clients’ complex needs.
McKenzie comes to Page One with a wealth of experience in hospitality account management, specializing in client relations. Prior to hospitality, McKenzie spent 6 years coaching high school and Division I college softball. Her work ethic and passion to connect with the players helped drive these programs forward. Hospitality and the world of athletics have primed McKenzie to adapt and tackle any challenge that comes her way.
McKenzie was a proud member of every sports team possible in her small hometown of Newton, IL. She went on to play softball at Heartland Community College, where she helped her team win the National Championship title. McKenzie continued her softball career and received her bachelor’s degree at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. She enjoys spending time with family, supporting the community, and being active outdoors.
McKenzie says, “The mentorship and sense of community at Page One is already proving to be fantastic.”
Senior eDiscovery Consultant
Eric Ramos joined the Page One team as a senior eDiscovery consultant in October 2020. Eric comes to Page One with over 23 years of legal experience. He began his career as an IP/Litigation paralegal. There he learned how to manage a matter through its life cycle. He is now able to utilize his knowledge and experience to provide intelligent, effective, cost efficient solutions services in the eDiscovery sector.
In addition to his passion for helping his clients succeed in the world of eDiscovery, Eric also has a passion for comic book illustration. Eric says his two years of cartooning and commercial communications from the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale has served him well, “My boys think I am ‘cool’ due to my knowledge of the comic book genre.”
Eric is a father of four with two teenage boys, one daughter, and a French Bulldog! Born on the island of Puerto Rico and raised in The Bronx, New York, Eric says he understands the necessity of “hard work” and applies himself to his work in the same manner.