I am originally from central Illinois. I completed my undergraduate studies in Communications at Bradley University. During my time in college I worked as the News Editor of the college newspaper, had a broadcast internship with CBS in Boston, and studied abroad in Paris.
I moved to Wisconsin to attend Marquette Law School. I was involved in Marquette’s mock trial program and was a board member of its moot court team, traveling to Chicago and New York City for various competitions. I held an internship as a mediator with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. I was also inducted into the Posner Pro Bono Society for completing more than 120 pro bono hours during my time in law school. After graduation I worked for a firm in Milwaukee handling short and long term disability benefits.
I joined Kowalski Family Law and moved to Madison in order to handle more family law claims. Our clients undergo major life changes and I believe it’s a worthwhile endeavor to help them through difficult times.
Outside of work, I enjoy traveling, reading, and listening to live music. I love playing music; either through the piano which I have played for 20 years, or guitar, which I’ve recently begun to learn.