Carlisa is a university graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Murray State University and an Associate’s degree in Human Services from Hopkinsville Community College. Currently, she is enrolled in a holistic health coach training program through Womanly Wealth Academy, motivated by her interest in mental health. She plans to become a licensed clinical social worker after achieving her master's degree in Social Work and opening a private practice to help her clients through holistic healing.
Kishnee Theus is a Haitian-American who was born and raised in South Florida. She earned her Bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Central Florida. Kishnee graduated cum laude from WMU Cooley Law School in January 2020. She has a passion for legal research and writing and has structured her academics around this interest. During law school, Kishnee earned a certificate of merit for receiving the highest grade in legal research and writing and legal advocacy. She also served as the editor-in-chief of the WMU Cooley Law Journal and the senior associate editor of the WMU Cooley Law Review. Kishnee has passed the Florida bar exam and has been sworn into the Florida bar in 2020. She is now an attorney for the Florida Department of Children and Families.
Elizabeth is a 2020 J.D. graduate from The George Washington University Law School where she focused on international human rights law and alternative dispute resolution. She received her Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Mass Communications from the University of Delaware and is currently awaiting admission to the New York Bar.
Born and raised in Wisconsin, Samantha is a current law student at Marquette University Law School. Graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville with her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, Samantha has a strong passion for legal research and advocacy and looks forward to practicing law in Wisconsin upon graduating law school.
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