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Adriana attended Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia, South America where she received a Bachelor's degree in Foreign Languages. After teaching for 5 years, she moved to the United States where she later earned a Master's degree in Technology in Education from New Jersey City University.  This helped her advance her career to become the Spanish teacher in the Elmwood Park School District in New Jersey.  While working as a teacher, she traveled to Salamanca, Spain to pursue a Master's in "Spanish Language and Culture"; she spent two summers with Spanish teachers from the United States and Canada.  Due to a Board of Education “Reduction in Force”,  Adriana was released from the Elmwood Park school district after nine years of dedicated work. 


Adriana joined the Law Office of Paul Grosso in the summer of 2012 as a volunteer and, later, decided to work as a full time employee.  She is in charge of all the administrative duties of the firm, such as analyzing and preparing all the financial reports, profit and losses, pensions, payroll, human resources, as well as many other matters.

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Adriana is happily married to Paul Grosso and enjoys his camaraderie in their team work.  She is proud of her son Daniel and her three step-children, Melanie, Nicolas  and Amanda who have become dedicated, hard-working adults.


Playing tennis and watching the Grand Slams is one of Adriana's passion.  She is a member of the USTA (United States Tennis Association) since 2010 and plays singles and mixed doubles on a regular basis.   She loves traveling, photography, and gardening.

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