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I desire to be a voice for those who are trying, but for whatever reason do not have the ability, capacity, or platform to advocate for themselves.


Current Position

Attorney

City

Billings

County

Yellowstone

Specialty Areas
  • Law
Interested in:
  • Mentoring
  • Finding a Mentor
  • Serving on a Board
  • Career Opportunities
  • Public Office
  • Leadership Opportunities
Skills

Legal Writing, Legal Research, Photography


More Information:

Leadership Experience

In May 2020, I graduated law school and took the bar July 2020. I have worked as a research assistant for Alexander Blewett III School of Law’s Associate Dean for Clinical and Experiential Education as well as a legal intern with SAFE Harbor, a non-profit providing emergency shelter in a safe, secure environment, crisis Intervention services and emergency advocacy. In both opportunities, I spent time engaging my zest for writing, propensity for research, ‘doer’ personality to assist with my professor, the two staff attorneys, and a supervisory attorney at Safe Harbor. 

In addition to my work and my studies, I served as president of the Criminal Law Group, a core collective member of the National Lawyers Guild, and a board member of the Women’s Law Caucus. In each organization, I feel as if my membership has added to the group’s vibrancy and longevity through my drafting of the Criminal Law Group’s founding documents and ASUM membership acceptance, a record attendance at National Lawyers Guild Week Against Mass Incarceration event, and my revival of the Women’s Law Caucus blog. 

How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse

I was able to leave the workforce having had a fulfilling career and the potential for upward mobility exclusively due to my privilege and my community. I hope to pay the benefits I’ve sown forward in support of others.