Suvilla joined JK Edwards & Company in February 2018. Suvilla helps the firm keep pace with the needs of our clients by providing excellent customer service in a variety of capacities such as reception, client on-boarding, managing appointments, and coordinating client communications/office events. She is the "Glue!" that keeps us together.
Suvilla has over 20 years of customer service experience. Before joining the firm, Suvilla lived in Florida, and served as the Executive Assistant to the Collier County Tax Collector in Naples, FL.
Outside of the office, Suvilla enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies/sports, and dining out. Suvilla is married to her "High School Sweetheart" and has two children.
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