I was born and raised in the small town of Perryton, Texas. I graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Zoology with an option in Ecology and Conservation. During my time at OSU, I became a husbandry aide in the Pachyderm Department at the Oklahoma City Zoo. It was during my time there that I discovered that I wanted to pursue a law degree in hopes of being able to do legal work in protecting not only animals but the environment too.
At OCU Law, I am a member of the Texas Legal Society, Animal Law Society, Organization for the Advancement of Women in the Law, Second Amendment Society, and the Agricultural and Environmental Law Society. I am also the Secretary for the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society and have the honor of joining Law Review. Choosing to attend OCU Law was my best decision when it came to choosing where I went to law school. They offer great courses in all areas of the law and students can participate in a wide variety of student organizations, clinics, and externships. But the biggest bonus is that they make you feel like one big family. I know that no matter where I go in life, I will always have the support of my OCU Law family.