Over a decade ago, I embarked on my professional journey with a steadfast commitment to enhancing the lives of my clients and the community I call home. This unwavering dedication remains the cornerstone of my practice, and I eagerly anticipate many more years of service to my cherished neighbors and friends.
My roots trace back to Libertyville, where I completed my educational milestones at Copeland Manor, Highland Jr. High, and eventually graduated from Libertyville High School in 1997. I pursued higher education at Miami University, earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Business with a specialization in Marketing. During my college years, I assumed leadership roles as the president and judicial board chairman of my college fraternity.
My educational journey continued at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where I was deeply engaged in numerous facets of legal academia. I contributed to Student Court, served on the Moot Court Honor Board, and actively participated in the Tenant Information Project and the Human Rights Quarterly. My academic achievements were acknowledged with a place on the Dean's list. Beyond academia, I remained dedicated to community service, mentoring youth through the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative and teaching high school civics under the banner of StreetLaw. I also supplemented my income by tutoring aspiring law students for the Law School Admissions Test as a part-time role with Kaplan.
My commitment to community involvement perseveres to this day. Currently, I hold a position on the Board of Directors of the Affordable Housing Corporation of Lake County, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving housing options throughout the region. Simultaneously, I am exploring the establishment of a non-profit entity focused on revitalizing abandoned, nuisance properties to stabilize housing values and eliminate hazardous and unsanitary conditions in neighborhoods.