A string of “good things” lies behind me as I look forward to the next few years. Milestones along the journey of life remind I have much to be grateful for and cannot but desire the same for those around me.
I grew up in Eagle, Colorado and attended Regis University. While at Regis, I studied Peace and Justice, focusing on non-violent resistance and the approaches of combating inequalities through the meandering pathways of peace and justice, as well as identifying innate human rights, which led me to pursue a career in law.
Growing up in Valleyford, Washington in a family of fifteen was an experience unlike most: I could identify who was at the community church based off of what car was in the parking lot,
and if I ever wanted to play a game of kickball, I had several siblings at the ready. Living in a community where everyone was considered family, I had constant support and felt like I could conquer anything.
Community is my inspiration for what I hope to achieve throughout my law school and legal career. I hope to further my love for public interest and explore how the legal field serves others, outside of the experiences that I have had. I look forward to all that the Gonzaga and Spokane communities hold.
The practice of law is a powerful and effective tool that is often used to serve those least in need, to make rich people richer, and to protect the interests of those in power. My goal in becoming an attorney is to use the power of law to protect and defend marginalized people who suffer the consequences of unjust and violent institutions.