Ms. Paula Parrino Altiere, Esq. has recently joined the Rotary Club.  Ms. Parrino Altiere has over twenty years of experience in the real estate and title industry, and is currently the Vice President and Director of Operations for Nationwide Court Services, Inc., a company that is a full service legal service provider, Process Service Agency and Title Insurance Agency and which employs over 150 employees throughout five offices strategically located in New York State.  A former foreclosure attorney for several large lenders, Ms. Parrino Altiere has a great deal of experience in analyzing complex commercial and residential title issues and collaborating with Underwriters and clients on solutions to challenging title problems. She was a contributor to the New Jersey Real Estate Journal’s 2017 year in review, as her real estate experience spans several states including knowledge of New Jersey, Connecticut, Maine and Vermont foreclosure laws.  Further, Ms. Parrino Altiere is an expert on process serving in the States of New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland and taught a Continuing Legal Education course entitled ‘Challenges and Solutions to the Successful Service of Process in New York State.’ 
Ms. Parrino Altiere holds a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, a Master’s Degree in Education from Dowling College and a Juris Doctor from Touro Law School.  Licensed by the New York State Department of Financial Services as a Title Insurance Agent, Ms. Parrino Altiere is a former New York State Monitor. A past recipient of the 40 Under 40 Long Island Business News Award, she was also a guest speaker at Stony Brook University Center for Corporate Education Executive Round Table Ceremony for Project Management earlier this year, and is an award-winning grant writer through the New York State Regional Economic Development Council.  Ms. Parrino Altiere has taught two courses with the New York State Land Title Association’s Education Committee.  Ms. Parrino Altiere also actively volunteers through her local church and school district.