I have listened to story after story from my clients over the years.
I have walked women fleeing abusive relationships through the legal process.
I have helped two victims of a tragic accident at the DMV who were permanently affected by their injuries successfully apply for disability.
And I routinely give my clients advice not just from the perspective of a lawyer, but from the perspective of a friend, a sister, a mother.
As a young Black woman and a small business owner, I relate to the extra obstacles my clients sometimes go through.
That’s why I work one-on-one with each of my clients – no secretary, no paralegals, but direct access to me.
Unlike most big firms doing Social Security disability work, I work with my clients personally from the very first phone call to sitting beside them at the hearing.
While I am dedicated to my clients and my work, I do have passions outside of the office. I am a former concert pianist, and a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. I also sit on the board of Lyles Station Historical Preservation Corporation in Princeton, IN, and the Joshua Academy board in Evansville, IN.
I am particularly proud of being the first Black attorney to practice primarily in Knox County and the first Black member of the Knox County Bar Association.