Meet Christy, our vibrant Marketing Assistant, bringing a wealth of diverse experiences and a touch of humor to the legal team. A proud graduate of Arizona State University, Christy holds a degree in Recreation Management & Tourism with a focus on event planning. Post-graduation, she showcased her event coordination skills at the Arizona Biltmore, specializing in weddings and social gatherings. Not only did she make it to the Dean’s List, but her parents’ greatest joy was her early graduation, relieving them of out-of-state tuition woes.
Christy’s journey took a unique turn as she co-operated a printing business with her husband for 15 years. However, in August 2021, an unexpected gas leak explosion changed the course of their lives, leading to weeks in the burn unit for her husband and three others. This resilience has shaped Christy into the dynamic individual she is today.
Beyond her role, Christy is deeply involved in community service. She has served as a past board member and current scholarship chairman for P.E.O., a philanthropic organization empowering women with scholarships and support for returning to work. Her commitment extends to events for Valleywise Hospital and the Arizona Burn Center.
Outside the office, Christy’s passions include exploring real estate, meeting new people (much to her teenage son’s dismay), and spending quality time with her two children, Luke and Bridget. With Luke excelling in high school football and Bridget making waves in volleyball, Christy’s life is a delightful blend of family, sports, travel, and adventure. Her favorite destinations include Greece, Puerto Rico, PNW, Alaska, Mexico, and Italy, fueled by her love for Breaking Bad and a good steak with a dirty martini.
Christy’s outgoing nature, constant smile, and eagerness to lend a hand have already left a positive impression. In the legal field, Christy brings unique insights, having previously worked as a paralegal and hailing from a family of attorneys, including her father, a Federal Judge in New Mexico.
- Arizona State University – Recreation Management & Tourism