Gail Persichilli Joins PayneGroup

  

We are pleased to welcome Gail Persichilli to PayneGroup. Gail joins as a project manager for the workflow products division. In this capacity, Gail will work closely with clients who have licensed Forms and Numbering Assistant products. 


Most recently, Gail worked as a program coordinator in partner relations for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA). Before that, Gail spent most of her career in law firms and legal departments. She worked for Fox Rothschild, Wolf Block (now defunct), and Network Alternatives. 


WHERE ARE YOU BASED?

I'm a Jersey girl, with a splash of Philly mixed in. 


WHAT'S YOUR BACKSTORY WITH PAYNEGROUP?

 I have worked with PayneGroup since 2001, when Wolf Block was migrating from WordPerfect to Word. Since then, I have worked with them at other firms and most recently, while I was at ILTA. It’s an honor now to work with all these great folks from Payne.  


WHAT’S ONE THING CLIENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOU?

 The best thing they should know is I’m a very outgoing person, with a great sense of humor. I love to help people, whether it’s training, working on events, or helping to resolve issues.  

  

WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE NOT WORKING?

I’ve been married for 27 years and have three young adults. I also love to cook, knit and dabble in photography.  For the past 4 years, I volunteer for the USO of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey, at the Philadelphia Airport Center and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Passenger Terminal. I’m the first person to interact with arriving guests as they enter a USO Center. While at the center, you can find me greeting guests, preparing food and making sure that they are comfortable and have a place to rest, relax and enjoy our services. 


WHAT INSPIRES OR INSPIRED YOU? 

I recently read the poem The Dash by Linda Ellis and that just changed my outlook on life. Dakota Meyer, Medal of Honor Recipient, explained it best: 


″Own the Dash is about owning your life, about leaving a legacy and giving more than you take. It's about making the most of each day and giving your life true meaning. When your last day comes, your living legacy is left only in the memories of your loved ones and on your tombstone. On that tombstone are only two of the important dates in your life, the day you were born and the day you pass on; The only two days you don't control. Owning the dash is about taking control of the days between: That dash between the day you're born and the day you die. ‶


Welcome to PayneGroup Gail.