I’m a 3L from Madill, Oklahoma, a small town on Lake Texoma. I graduated in 2016 from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Multimedia Journalism. During my time at OSU, I spent a summer as an intern at The Oklahoman. I met countless amazing Oklahomans who inspired me and I made it my job to help tell their stories that I believed other Oklahoman’s needed to hear. That desire to advocate fueled my journalism career and it ultimately led to pursuing a career as an attorney. OCU Law has turned that fuel into a flame and has given me the tools necessary to sharpen my strengths and better realize my passion for being a zealous advocate and desire to serve our community.
During my time at OCU Law, I’ve served as Secretary for the American Constitution Society and worked as an extern for Judge Lisa Hammond at the Oklahoma County District Courthouse. I’ve also interned for Little, Oliver, & Gallagher in Ardmore, Oklahoma for two summers. When I’m not studying I like to practice yoga and walk my dog Moose. Law school is a challenging and fulfilling experience. OCU Law has created a comfortable environment for its students to thrive and succeed. I know every potential student will feel welcomed when they step on our campus.