My professional background is diverse and essential to my skill set as an attorney today. I began my career working as a community organizer, which led me to Washington D.C. to work for Polaris, a leading anti-trafficking nonprofit. I then transitioned into becoming a marketing and public relations professional within the nonprofit and business sector. My prior background has taught me how to advocate for others and the impact of storytelling, which are powerful tools to have during trial.
After my career as a marketing and public relations professional, I pursued a law degree and focused on gaining practical legal experience during law school. I worked with the Legal Aid Justice Center in Charlottesville, Virginia and the Public Defender Services in Washington, D.C. where I assisted in juvenile and criminal defense matters. I also was a Student Attorney in the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and the Community Development Clinic during law school. I have a Bachelor's from California State University-Fresno in Nonprofit Administration and Public Policy Advocacy.
I am passionate about movement lawyering. My goal is to make justice affordable and accessible to all people by providing innovative legal services - from legal counseling, to educational workshops, to full representation in court.
Colorado Bar Association
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
Colorado Women's Bar Association