Camilla Cleghorn is a paralegal for Miller & Drozdowski. A native of
Atlanta, Georgia, Camilla moved to Tennessee to pursue an education with the University of Tennessee. She earned a Bachelors of Science with a concentration in American Sign Language interpreting. After three years working for the Social Security Administration, Camilla decided she preferred a position where she could better serve as an advocate for those who need a voice. Camilla enjoys theatre and the arts, but is also an avid outdoorsman who enjoys spending free time hiking with her dogs, kayaking, watching sports, or simply reading a book!
Christie Hutson joined Miller & Drozdowski as a paralegal in July 2007.
She has extensive medical training and certification in x-ray, phlebotomy,
pulmonary function studies and diabetes telehealth. Before joining our
team, Christie worked for Community Health Center for 13 years, where
she assisted individuals in Federal Black Lung claims. Christie’s medical
training enables her to better interpret medical evidence which is crucial
to a disability case. Christie enjoys meeting clients and making them as
comfortable as possible in a difficult situation.
Chris Bundrage joined Miller & Drozdowski in 1992 as a receptionist
and became a paralegal in 1993. She was born in West Virginia, and attended West Virginia Wesleyan College before moving to Knoxville, Tennessee. Chris also studied Medical Terminology at the University of Tennessee, allowing her to better interpret medical records for disability cases. Making a difference in people’s lives motivates Chris to strive for excellence in the field of Social Security Disability. After almost 20 years as a paralegal, Chris remains passionate about helping clients win their disability cases and taking away some of their financial burden.