I grew up in Vernal (in the Uintah Basin), where I learned to fly fish, golf, and otherwise enjoy the outdoors. I was the Student Body President of Uintah High School and graduated as a valedictorian in 2005.
I then attended the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. While at the U, I served as an intern in the Office of U.S. Senator Orrin G. Hatch in Washington, D.C. and with the U.S. Mission to NATO in Brussels, Belgium. In 2010, I graduated magna cum laude with degrees in Political Science and Sociology.
After college, I joined the Teach For America program and taught fourth grade math in Tulsa, Oklahoma for two years. I loved my time as a teacher and miss interacting with and learning from kids every day.
In 2012, I returned to the University of Utah to attend law school at the S.J. Quinney College of Law. While in law school, I interned in the Chambers of the Honorable Denise Lindberg (Third District Judge), was named a top oralist in the moot court program, and served as Vice President and President of the Federalist Society. I graduated with High Honors from the S.J. Quinney College of Law in 2015.
After law school, I joined this law firm and practiced medical malpractice defense until 2018, when I decided to return to my hometown to be closer to family and friends. After more than four years as a “country lawyer,” handling cases ranging from divorces to estate planning to complex civil litigation, I returned to Campbell, Williams, Ference & Hall in 2023.
Not only do I represent doctors, hospitals, nursing homes and other health care providers, I continue to practice family law, landlord-tenant law, business law, and estate planning.
Outside of work, I enjoy reading, golfing, traveling, and spending time with my friends, family, and Georgie, my Boston Terrier.