I grew up in Louisville, KY and moved to Lexington to attend the University of... more
I grew up in Louisville, KY and moved to Lexington to attend the University of Kentucky. There, I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work. I remained in Lexington, and worked as a Volunteer Manager with Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lexington (CASA), working extensively with children and families in Lexington's Family Court. I was also a Legislative Aide with the Lexington-Fayette U... view profile
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