Chrissy is a legal professional with over 13 years’ experience in the government, non-profit, and corporate sectors. Chrissy is a Colorado native from Boulder County and attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, earning a double major in Political Science and International Affairs, with a French minor. Chrissy subsequently earned an American Bar Association approved Paralegal Certificate from Arapahoe Community College. Chrissy has dedicated her personal time to a variety of non-profit organizations, including serving as the Co-Chair for the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center Junior Board from 2017-2018. Chrissy currently serves on the Johns Manville (JM) STARS (Striving To Assist, Respond, and Serve) employee advisory board which reviews, approves, and coordinates volunteer projects for JM’s Denver employees, as well as serving as a Board Member for the Denver Alumnae of Alpha Phi. In a world of rising healthcare costs, Chrissy’s passion revolves around cultivating mental health and sustaining local communities through volunteerism. Chrissy’s proudest accomplishments include assisting with the filing of two amicus briefs in the United States Supreme Court during her tenure with the Native American Rights Fund and designing websites for two non-profit organizations. In her free time, Chrissy enjoys travel, cooking, antiquing, gardening, dancing, and cheering for her favorite sports teams.