Kenya has built her career by garnering the skills necessary to help people in every walk of life. She has significant experience in education, finance, and law.
Kenya began her professional career as an Algebra teacher in Memphis City Schools. She was a very respected and skilled teacher, and her students often outperformed other students in state standardized test areas. While teaching, Kenya assisted clients in purchasing residential real property as a licensed Affiliate Real Estate Broker.
After five years of classroom experience, Kenya moved on to financial advising with Edward Jones, Co. She developed a network of clients by helping them meet their financial goals with appropriate financial products.
With education and finance experience under her belt, Kenya set her sights on becoming a successful lawyer. She graduated from law school with honors and sat for two bar exams in one season, passing both on the first sitting.
Kenya's legal experience includes:
Undoubtedly, Kenya is a capable and skilled attorney, but it is her commitment to helping people that makes her the best attorney for her clients. She is committed to providing all of her clients with skilled representation that aids them in accomplishing their goals and defending their matters.
Juris Doctorate with Honors
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
William H. Bowen School of Law, Little Rock, Arkansas
Master's of Arts in Education with Honors
Christian Brothers University, Memphis, Tennessee
Bachelor's of Science in Political Science
Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee
Arkansas Bar Association
Leadership Academy Class of 2013
William H. Bowen School of Law Alumni Board
Executive Committee Member, Treasurer
Tennessee Bar Association
National Bar Association, Ben F. Jones Chapter
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Beta Epsilon Omega Chapter
U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, 2012