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As your attorney, it is my goal to understand your business and every challenge you're facing. I strive to be your trusted advisor by providing you with practical, results-driven guidance to ensure the best possible outcomes for you to succeed. By being actively engaged in BrownWinick's Health Care and Labor and Employment practice groups, I'm able to remain on the leading edge of updates within my client's industries that may impact their business.   

My Approach  

My approach is to listen to your goals, frame the legal issues that might be involved, and work efficiently to find a solution that fits your needs. No matter what strategy we decide to pursue, I work collaboratively to help navigate you through the process and ensure you feel completely informed.   

More About Me

I graduated from Iowa State University in 2016, receiving my B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Adult, Child, and Family Services magna cum laude. I then attended the University of Iowa College of Law. While at Iowa, I served on the Moot Court Board as Competition's Director and authored the Supreme Court Day problem in 2019. I graduated and was admitted to the Iowa bar in 2020. I am a member of the Polk County and Iowa State Bar Associations and the Polk County Women Attorneys. 

My Specialties

  • Behavioral Health
  • Business Transactions
  • Employment & Labor
  • Health Care
  • Healthcare Services
  • Litigation
  • Long Term Care

No Surprises Act: What Providers Need to Know

03-1-2022 The No Surprises Act, implemented at the beginning of 2022, aims to protect patients from receiving “surprise” medical bills when they receive 1) emergency healthcare services or 2) non-emergency healthcare services from out-of-network providers at in-network facilities. Of course, the terminology “out-of-network” and “in-network” refer to...
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IWD Adopts New Rule in Response to COVID-19 and the Federal CARES Act

03-23-2021 Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) has adopted a new rule in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the federal CARES Act that requires employers to notify their employees of the availability of unemployment insurance upon separation or a reduction of hours. Prior to the emergency enactment of this new rule in August of 2020, Iowa employers were...
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Iowa State University

B.S., magna cum laude, Psychology; Minor: Human Development & Family Studies, 2016


University of Iowa College of Law

J.D., 2020


Iowa, 2020


Memberships & Associations

  • Polk County Bar Association
  • Iowa State Bar Association
  • Polk County Women Attorneys