I grew up on Long Island, NY and received my Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Susquehanna University in 2016. During my time at Susquehanna, I was involved with the Pre- Law Society Executive Board, Alpha Phi Omega Co-ed Service Fraternity, and the Mock Trial team. I also worked as a campus tour guide. I am a member of the class of 2019 at the Washington and Lee University School of Law and continue to be involved with Mock Trial.This year I was a finalist in the W&L in- house competition and will be serving on the Moot Court Executive Board as the Mock Trial Chair. I am also involved in W&L’s chapter of the Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity and will be working in the Community Legal Practice Clinic for my 3L year. My background has led me to a strong interest in a career in family law and a passion for working with disadvantaged groups. Through a college internship with the Honorable Michael Sholley, I observed several cases involving custody, divorce, and working with victims of abuse. I also spent my 1L summer working with Legal Services of Northern Virginia and took the opportunity to assist on as many family law cases as possible while also working on housing and employment discrimination cases. I am looking forward to a summer fully immersed in family law, and hope to practice in the Charlotte area after I graduate next May. In my free time I enjoy spending time at the beach with family and friends, reading, memorizing all the words to every Billy Joel song ever written, and exploring the Charlotte area.