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Ms. English was born at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Co. and spent many years of her youth in England and Texas before settling in the Seattle/Tacoma area in Washington State.
As the military daughter of a Hospital Administrator, Ms. English grew up in a variety of hospital settings and often contemplated a career in medicine for her future.
As a teenager, Ms. English worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and after moving to California, became the Activities Director at a large Skilled Nursing Facility in Madera, Ca.
In her early college years, Ms. English also worked in the SPD Dept. of one of the large Hospitals in Fresno and volunteered as an Ombudsman for the County of Fresno helping advocate for Resident's Rights in Nursing Homes.
Although Ms. English's work and background nudged her towards medical school, a Fresno State Internship at the Madera District Attorneys' Office 'sealed the deal' that Ms English's true calling was law and justice.
Prior to attending Law School, Ms. English received her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from California State University, Fresno. After graduating from law school, Ms. English went on to obtain her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Fresno State,
Ms. English attended and received her Juris Doctorate from the esteemed
McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California.
During Law School, Ms. English received great recognition for her trial advocacy skills.
In her last summer before graduation, Ms. English clerked for the Federal District Attorneys' Office and was involved in the well known trial "Conrad v. United States of America" in which Conrad was accused of illegal gambling at Fresno's own Elbow Room Bar & Grill. Conrad lost his trial and his appeal and Ms. English fell in love with the trial process.
Prior to founding Tower Law, Monrae English spent almost sixteen years at Wild, Carter & Tipton - Fresno's Oldest Law Firm. While at WCT Law, Ms. English represented employees subjected to employment discrimination and wrongful termination; patients (or their families) who suffered from medical malpractice by a doctor or hospital and victims of motor vehicle, motorcycle or trucking accidents which resulted in severe injuries.