I started at the firm as a receptionist in June of 2018, with plans to concurrently complete my degree program at Whatcom Community College. I completed my Associate of Science in Paralegal Studies at Whatcom Community College and a direct transfer degree, graduating with honors in June of 2020. After graduating from Whatcom, I transferred to Western Washington University to study sociology and political science, where I am currently enrolled. I currently work as a paralegal, and look forward to what the future holds. I have been very fortunate to work with and learn from a group of such passionate and ethical legal professionals.
I am a member of the Washington State Association for Justice Eagle Legal Staff Section (WSAJ). During my time at Whatcom Community College, I volunteered at Law Advocates in the Street Law program, which provides free legal assistance to those in need.
I come from a long line of Whatcom County natives. I graduated from Ferndale High School, as did my parents. In my free time I can often be found running around the county. When I am not at work or school, I enjoy camping, hiking, paddle boarding, hunting and fishing. I am always looking for new adventures, recipes and books.
Whatcom Community College – Associate of Science in Paralegal Studies (with Honors) & Associate in Arts and Sciences (with Honors), 2020.
Western Washington University – Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, minor in Political Science, 2020 to present.
Trainings and Conferences
Washington State Association for Justice, Annual Winter Conference, Trial Skills & Civil Arbitration, December 2019, Seattle WA.
Washington State Association for Justice, A New Path to No-Cost Electronic Medical Records, March 2021.
Washington State Association for Justice, Making the Transition to No-Cost Records Online
Professional Organizations and Licenses
Washington State Association for Justice, Eagle Legal Staff Section