I believe that the only way to remedy the growing inequality in the U.S. is to make business work for the many by creating models that consider business’s impact on employees and communities, not just shareholders.
My practice is focused on transactional work that promotes democratic capitalism and equality. My practical experience during law school included work on affordable housing financing, HUD regulatory compliance, mission-related investments, zoning laws, urban farming regulatory compliance, and policy advocacy.
In my free time I run, practice yoga, rock climb, read and hike. In my past life I was a pastry chef and I still love all things food, especially sharing it with my friends and family.
I’m driven by a belief that changing the way we do business has the power to create an economic system that is more equitable.
B.A., Western Michigan University
J.D., Michigan State University College of Law
Candidate for February 2018 Colorado Bar Exam
Honors & Awards
Summa Cum Laude, Michigan State University College of Law
Summer Fellow, Ludwig Center for Community & Economic Development, Yale Law School