Trish Maxwell

Administrative Assistant

(505) 345-6611

Trish MaxwellTrish believes as the first voice clients hear when they call or one of the first people they see when they come in, it is up to her to be as pleasant and helpful as possible. You never get a second chance to make a first impression.

Trish was born and raised in Amarillo, TX and has always been a Texas girl at heart. You can take the girl out of Texas but you can’t take Texas out of the girl. She has a degree from the University of New Mexico and has held a variety of jobs that have enriched her knowledge base of people and places. She retired from the Girl Scouts where she was in charge of the “cookie sales.” It was a very rewarding, but highly stressful job. Working part time, as she does now is perfect.

Trish has two wonderful boys who sadly live far away; one in Texas and one in NY. She loves going to visit as often as possible. She volunteers at a local theatre. Her official title is Community Service Coordinator. Trish reaches out to local non-profits to be a partner for each performance and offers the opportunity for each of them to bring their clients to the ‘dress rehearsal’ free of charge. It’s very rewarding to see young children experience live theatre for the first time.

Getting to know Trish

Favorite food: She loves going to new places and trying new food. Her one rule when she visits her boys is never going to someplace that she can go to in New Mexico.

Favorite quote: “Take my advice. I’m not using it”. Also, her best friend told her once to “hang in there like an old rusty hook”. She even gave her a framed hook to hang by her door so she can see it each day before she leaves on the days adventures.

Favorite book: Trish loves to read and has collected books/authors since high school. After many years she has been able to convert a room in her home to a library. She spends many hours surrounded by one of her first loves.

Place you’d most like to visit: England, Scotland and Ireland. She wants to see the land and the places that have inspired such great literature.

Biggest accomplishment: Raising successful, happy boys who call their mom every day.