I've been assisting individuals and business navigate the U.S. immigration system since 2012. I earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2005, the same year I was licensed to practice law in Idaho. I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Colorado at Denver in 1996, receiving my degree in History.
Before law school, I lived and studied in Russia and was a small business owner. I spent a year studying at St. Petersburg State University and built, operated, and managed a guest ranch in eastern Idaho. During law school I was the student government vice president, law clerk for the Ambassador for War Crimes Issues at the U.S. State Department, exchange student at Skope Law School in Macedonia, and a published student author in the Michigan State International Law Review.
When not helping immigrants navigate the labyrinth of U.S. immigration law, I enjoy everything outdoors and spending time with my daughters. If I weren’t practicing immigration law, I would be a backpacking guide.