Milessa Ortiz de Jesus graduated from the University of Puerto Rico in 2009, where she majored in Anthropology. Soon after, she moved to Granada, Spain for two years, where she attended graduate school and lived through some of her most fascinating experiences. When she moved back to Puerto Rico in 2011, she was given the opportunity to work for the U.S. Forest Service’s Forest Inventory and Analysis National Program (FIA) and started an exciting five-year journey that brought her to Montana, Utah, and finally, Driggs, ID, where she has lived since 2013. After the U.S. Forest Service, Ms. Ortiz de Jesus worked for the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming, for three years, where she developed her leadership and other skills both personally and professionally.
Milessa Ortiz de Jesus – Paralegal
She joined Trefonas Law in 2018, bringing an incredible passion for fairness, equality, and justice to the firm. She is the first point of contact with clients and interacts with them on a daily basis with the utmost respect and kindness. Her compassion, dedication, exceptionally high work quality and ethic, keeps the firm running optimally and makes it a positive place to be and work.