I am a practicing attorney in Casper, Wyoming. I graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in May 2019 and passed the bar in July 2019.
My family has lived in Casper for the past 20 years, and our youngest child was born here.
I served four years on the Casper City Council from 2009-2013. I served for over five years on the Casper Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. I have been a part of such other boards and commissions as the County Hospital Commission, Recreational Services of the City of Casper, Regional Joint Powers Water Board.
After public service, I returned to UW to complete my undergraduate degree in 2014, in Communications and then a year later went to law school.
I have work for and volunteered with Poverty Resistance Thrift Store and the PR Food Pantry for over fifteen years. My colleague and friend Mary Ann Budenske is the primary reason I pursued a law degree and career.
I know the demand for affordable legal services is high in Natrona County, so I aim to help clients who are otherwise shut out of proper legal representation.
I practice primarily family law and probate (settling estates) as well as other civil matters.