I began serving the citizens of Lynchburg as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in 2006. I am now Chief Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney, responsible for the prosecution of the most serious criminal cases and the supervision of many talented prosecutors and dedicated support staff in our office.
"I'll never forget that it is you, the citizens of Lynchburg, who I work for. Your safety is my daily mission."
As a prosecutor, I am a voice for those who have been victimized by crime. It is my solemn responsibility to get justice for them. These experiences have motivated my work in the community as well. I am the President of the Board of Directors for the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Central Virginia, a local nonprofit that advocates for abused or neglected children. I also serve on the Board of Directors of the YWCA of Central Virginia, which manages programs such as the Domestic Violence Prevention Center and the Sexual Assault Response Program. I also support the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center which does vital work on behalf of the unborn by supporting women and men dealing with unplanned pregnancies.
My husband, Eric, and I were married in 2007. We met in law school and he is currently an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Campbell County. We have two wonderful boys. Our oldest son is Austin, age 6. He is in 1st Grade in the city school system. Our youngest, James, is 3. We love Lynchburg and we love raising our children here. Our family have been members of Rivermont Evangelical Presbyterian Church for several years.
Why Experience Matters
As the only candidate with experience as a prosecutor, I am by far the most experienced candidate in this race, beginning my career in 2006 and prosecuting over 2,400 cases during my tenure. I have the respect of the attorneys and staff I supervise as Chief Deputy. But why does experience matter? Click here or hover over the tab at the top of the page.
Good relationships and partnerships with other governmental entities and non-profit organizations is essential to protecting the citizens of Lynchburg. Without support from partnerships forged within the community, a prosecutor cannot to her job. Click here to find out more about the importance of these relationships and why I am the best candidate to utilize them.
The Important Issues
There are many important issues confronting the next Commonwealth’s Attorney. The next Commonwealth’s Attorney must have the experience and leadership ability to confront the issues facing our city. To learn more about those issues, Click Here