Born and raised in Maryland, I grew up in a small town and was actively involved in lacrosse and wrestling through high school. I then began my college journey at Delaware Valley University, located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, where I was thrilled to be recruited to play division three lacrosse. After completing my first year at Delaware Valley University, I found that my interest was with criminal justice rather than my original major of biology. Because of this, I transferred to the University of South Carolina (the real USC), where I received my bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with a minor in psychology.
I moved to Charlotte in April of 2021, where I began my career in the criminal justice field at a local criminal law firm. I have a passion for helping others and found myself interested in family law after exposure from some cases at that firm. This led to my switch from the criminal realm to the civil realm so that I could further help those who are going through the legal system.
I often spend my free time with my dog and friends exploring the ever-growing Charlotte area. If I am not exploring the city, you can find me volunteering with the DASH program, which helps minors who have been involved in the legal system.
- University of South Carolina, B.A. Criminal Justice