I have always been interested in problem solving. No matter the dilemma at hand, it’s the mental puzzle that interests me. Whether it’s on the side of a mountain, where I teach adaptive skiing to people with disabilities, or in the courtroom, I stress the importance of thorough preparation and the ability to adjust as needed to complete the puzzle. I especially enjoy solving problems that present themselves as a conflict. That’s why I’ve made it my job to understand and resolve conflicts.
From a young age, in helping my family run its small business, my dad taught me the value of getting the job done right and with integrity. This attitude has manifested itself in my previous roles as an adaptive sports instructor, student, editor, and now as an attorney. I am a precise writer, deliberate speaker, and I know how to get the job done right.