I began my academic career at Berry College where I acquired a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. While attending Berry College I had the opportunity to participate in a variety of programs that helped shape who I am today, including working for the Student Activities Office and the opportunity to study abroad in Ireland. During my senior year, COVID-19 shut down our world, but I was determined to pursue my dream of becoming a lawyer. While things radically changed around me, I stayed the course – studying first for the LSAT, researching law schools and legal professions, and ultimately embarking on the next leg of my academic career the following fall at Elon University School of Law.
During my time at Elon Law, I participated in Phi Alpha Delta, People not Property, the Name Change Clinic, and interned at a handful of law offices including the Floyd County District Attorney’s Office in Rome, Georgia. Through Elon’s Residency Program, I was able to work for the Elon University School of Law Emergency Services Program where I researched important issues concerning domestic violence and was able to provide free legal services to victims of domestic abuse. My time at Elon Law taught me the importance of an attorney’s work ethic, compassion, and advocacy.
I knew when I began my journey, I ultimately wanted to work in family law, and I am looking forward to seeing that dream realized. Driven by a genuine desire to make a difference, I am a dedicated advocate for families facing challenging times and I believe that every family deserves compassionate guidance and unwavering support during the legal process. With empathy and understanding, I strive to empower clients to navigate the complexities of family law and emerge with a hopeful outlook for their future.