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Kristen’s experience as a collegiate athlete transformed into skills that have equipped her with the ability to work collaboratively, quickly solve problems and anticipate next steps on a variety of commercial real estate transactions.

A successful college soccer career demands hard work, self-discipline and servant leadership, traits that Kristen considers important to her success on the pitch and off.

When the game doesn’t go quite as planned, one must rely on training and ability to respond to adversity. One of the many lessons Kristen says transferred from athletics to her legal career was the willingness to be an outstanding team member and understanding the sacrifices required to help others succeed.

Kristen knows that success is all about the ability to anticipate the next steps and that having the discipline to attend to even the most minute details will often win the day.  Now, Kristen combines the lessons she learned, and the skills acquired from the pitch, to ensure that clients are adequately prepared on their own “game day.”



  • J.D., Marquette University Law School
    • Marquette Law Review, Articles Editor
    • Black Law Student Association, Secretary
    • Student Bar Association, Vice President
    • Academic Success Program Leader, Contracts and Legal Analysis and Writing
    • Judicial Intern to Justice Rebecca Grassl Bradley
    • Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, Scholar
  • B.A., Virginia Wesleyan University
    • Political Science, Business Administration minor
    • Varsity Women’s Soccer Student-Athlete


  • Wisconsin

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • State Bar of Wisconsin
Outside the Office

Kristen loves to travel and binge-watch Netflix. She also looks forward to continuing volunteer tutoring with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Community Leadership
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee, Tutor

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