I'm an experienced problem solver and dynamic team player who helps people navigate complicated issues.
I’ve advocated for families, including my own, to secure special education services for children; designed and facilitated school integration training sessions for some of the most segregated school districts in the country; drafted memos and opinions on constitutional questions as an appellate law clerk; represented state agencies in multi-million-dollar disputes as an assistant attorney general; and litigated high stakes claims for business clients in state and federal courts.
Before joining Holland & Hart as an attorney in the business litigation and appellate group, I worked as an assistant attorney general in Colorado, where I served as general counsel to institutions of higher education. Before that, I clerked at the Colorado Supreme Court and completed a two-year Skadden Fellowship with the Education Law Center.
I earned my JD from NYU Law as a Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar, MA in higher education from Columbia, and AB in politics from Princeton.
Dedicated to the advancement of Hispanics in the legal profession and improving the life of the Hispanic community in Colorado.