Donna B. Stepp
Donna Stepp was born in Ridgecrest, California and grew up in Northern Virginia where she attended Broad Run High School and graduated in 1987. Donna attended George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia where she earned a B.S. in Economics. Donna then attended law school at Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. While at Campbell, Donna was inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society, served as secretary of the Delta Legal Fraternity, was a staff writer for the Campbell Law Observer, and was a member of Campbell’s National Trial Team. Donna graduated law school and was admitted to the bar in 1993. Following her graduation, she worked briefly in Hendersonville, North Carolina as an associate in a general practice firm and then relocated to Union County, where she has worked since 1994. Donna worked as a prosecutor for the 20th Judicial District from 1994 until 1998. In 1998, Donna opened her own law office in Monroe and quickly developed a family law practice. Donna is a member of the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, the Union County Bar Association, a member of the Local Rules of Court Committee, and is a Board Certified Specialist in Family Law and a Certified Family Financial Mediator.
Jordan M. Griffin
Jordan M. Griffin has been a member of the North Carolina State Bar since 2014. She was born and raised in Union County, North Carolina and has been with Stepp Law Group, PLLC in various capacities since May of 2011. Jordan graduated from Piedmont High School in 2008. She attended Appalachian State University where she majored in Political Science, minored in English and graduated in 2011, with academic honors. While at Appalachian, Jordan was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. Jordan returned to Charlotte to pursue her law degree, which she completed in 2014, and graduated with academic honors. In law school, Jordan was a member of Moot Court, an editor of the school's Property Law Journal, and a member of Order of the Crown, the law school's academic honors society. At a National Family Law Moot Court Competition, Jordan was awarded First Place Oral Advocate; Jordan has also served as a coach for the law school's teams who continue to compete at the National Family Law Moot Court Competition. Jordan is passionate about the Union County community; she is Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Union County Community Shelter, and President of the Board of Directors for Core Compassion Project. Jordan works with the Board of Directors for the Alex Kahle Memorial Scholarship Foundation to raise scholarship funds for young ladies in Union County, has co-chaired the event and various committees for the Union County Community Shelter's Boots and Bowties annual fundraiser, and has served several times as a member of the American Red Cross Rhapsody in Red Committee. Jordan was also recently chosen to serve as Secretary of the Union County Bar Association for 2019.