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ON A PERSONAL NOTE:
In my spare time (!) I volunteer at my 8 year old twins’ school. I enjoy running and teaching self defense, and playing the violin whenever I have the opportunity.
Dana has been in Kentucky since 2004, after moving from Little Rock, Arkansas. She completed her J.D. at University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law. She also holds a degree in psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and a master's degree in higher education administration from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville. Her work experience is mostly in higher education, although she did a stint as an auto claims adjuster while completing her law degree. Her law practice is currently limited to work in family court, and pro-bono work through the FCBA pro bono office. She is fluent in Spanish, and enjoys helping Spanish-speaking clients navigate and understand the legal processes they're involved in. Most rewarding in pro-bono work is when clients remark that they felt they were treated fairly by "THE SYSTEM." Dana primarily works at the University of Kentucky in the division of Student Affairs. She is the Associate Dean of Students for Student Conduct.
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