My commitment to serving others started well before law school and would become the driving force behind where I am today. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was accepted to the Fund for American Studies internship program at Georgetown University as a part of the Institute of Philanthropy and Voluntary Services. While studying in Washington D.C., I served as a grant and development intern for an international children’s nonprofit organization. This is where my passion for protecting children and advocating for families both within and outside of the courtroom first began.
I graduated law school with Pro Bono High Honor Distinctions for volunteering over a hundred hours of pro bono work to Mecklenburg County residents in child custody and domestic violence cases. Today, my goal is to help clients navigate the legal system in a decisive and cost-effective manner. I know that each family is different, and I am tireless in my pursuit of finding solutions that work for their unique situations. My client-centered approach is deeply rooted in my relentless dedication and passion for serving others and my community. When I’m not helping clients at Sodoma Law, I volunteer as a pro-bono attorney for Safe Alliance representing victims of domestic violence in Mecklenburg County.
- Susquehanna University, Bachelor of Arts in Political
- Charlotte School of Law
- North Carolina
Honors and Associations
- Mecklenburg County Bar, member
- North Carolina Bar Association, member
- Women’s Lawyers of Charlotte Member
- Safe Alliance, pro bono services through the Legal Representation Project