Growing up, my family moved several times due to my father’s profession. By the time I was ten, I had lived in Indiana, Missouri, Louisiana, Virginia, and finally Florida, where I graduated from high school. I attended Auburn University (War Eagle) in Alabama and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science.
My first taste of the legal field occurred when I completed a summer internship for a Family Court Judge. I knew I wanted my work to be involved with individuals and serving my community. This experience piqued my interest to pursue a career in family law. I attended The University of Alabama School of Law where I participated in Moot Court, was an active member of the Public Interest Institute, and worked at the Domestic Violence Clinic. After graduating, I took a position as an Assistant District Attorney in the Domestic Violence Unit at the Bronx County District Attorney’s office in New York. After almost two years in the Big Apple, I decided to move south to Charlotte, North Carolina, to be closer to my own family.
Outside of work, I enjoy all things outdoors. On the weekends you can find me hiking with my husband or going on a run to explore new neighborhoods.
Throughout my childhood, I had the privilege of sharing my home and family with numerous foster children from diverse backgrounds. These experiences taught me the uniqueness of every family. There is no “one-size-fits-all” solution for any family, and it is my goal to guide you to a resolution that matches your family’s individual and exceptional needs.
- The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D.
- Auburn University, B.S.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- North Carolina Bar Association
- New York Bar Association
- Mecklenburg County Bar Association
- Gaston County Bar Association
- Safe Alliance Member- Board of Directors