I am a Cincinnatian born and raised and a second year law student. I graduated from Madeira High School in 2006 and Ohio State University in 2010, where I double majored in Political Science and Philosophy. In college, I worked as a research assistant to a political science professor and as a field manager at the Fund for the Public Interest where I helped lead fundraising campaigns for non-profits. My college experience was very personally rewarding and really set me on the path to becoming a lawyer.
I’ve really enjoyed my time here at UC Law. I am involved with Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and I co-founded the William Howard Taft Table Tennis Consortium (a.k.a. the most prestigious ping pong club on campus!).This summer, I worked at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in Galway, Ireland. The work was extremely interesting and a lot of fun. This fall, I will be working for the Honorable S. Arthur Spiegel, Senior Judge at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.