Bachelor of Arts, Emory University, 1996
I started my career in marketing and business development, and the field is a perfect match for what I enjoy. My mission at McBrayer is to communicate what we have to offer in order to match the skills of our professionals with the people and businesses that can benefit from working with us. There are so many facets to the practice of law, and we are lucky to support our clients during times of business growth, for example, helping with a real estate agreement or employment policies for a growing business. We are also grateful for the opportunity to guide our clients through difficult times, and we listen carefully to their goals in order to provide the best counsel for a positive outcome.
We strive to keep open communication with our clients and community by posting blog posts and articles about changes to the law and its interpretation that impacts individuals and businesses.
I am currently pursuing an MBA in the evenings in order to further expand my understanding of the business environment.
The McBrayer team is focused on our clients, and we are also highly involved in our communities. While the firm supports many charitable causes that improve the cities in which we work and live, they encourage and support each team member to find his or her own passion to give back and to support those causes.
I’ve been lucky to have had the opportunity to travel to many places inside and outside the U.S., but I love making my home in the Bluegrass State, where much of my family still lives. Working at McBrayer gives me the opportunity to represent the firm while staying involved in my community.
- Active member of North American Women MBAs (NAWMBA)
- Chair, Lexington 4th of July Festival, 2017 & 2018
- Board Member and Committee chair for AthensWest Theatre Company, a group dedicated to producing intimate, dynamic and compelling professional theatre in Central Kentucky
- Board Member and Executive Board Member, Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center, 2009-2012
Member, Legal Marketing Association