I work with developers, investors and other industry partners to develop affordable housing low-income housing tax credits and other methods of financing. Prior to joining the firm, I served as a Law Intern with the U.S. Attorney’s office for the District of Minnesota.
As a lifelong athlete, discipline and attention to detail are two skills I learned early in life. They translated well when I went on to major in finance at the Carlson School of Management and then in law school at the University of Minnesota. When training for races, I committed to the process and learned how to be a team player. With each step, I aimed to be more efficient, effective, and anticipate future challenges before they arose. Today, I take the same approach in my representation of clients, always bearing in mind their goals and best interests, to deliver results that exceed expectations.
When I’m not working, I like to be outside as much as I can, and enjoy hiking, camping, and spending time at my family’s cabin on the Gunflint Trail.