Heather began her legal career advising high net-worth individuals regarding their estate planning documents. She enjoyed and valued her relationships with clients and was grateful for the peace of mind she could offer, but often felt unsatisfied that average citizens could not access the same needed services. She is proud that InkWell considers it a core part of its mission to not only provide clients with needed estate planning documents, but to also educate clients as to how their individualized plan operates and why each component is essential to their future. It is this education that offers their clients and their families true peace of mind and empowerment.
Beyond Inkwell Heather:
Heather raises her three boys in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her oldest, 9, is a master lego builder, minecraft ninja, and record setting (in our books) hiker, her middle, 7, a budding artist and entrepreneur who enjoys selling his artwork to a captive audience of friends and family at his birthday parties, and the baby (call him that at your own risk) is 5 and has more youtube videos than the rest of the family combined.
Heather and her husband, Ryan, enjoy road trips to Mexico, Arizona, California, Colorado, and camping expeditions with their family to explore the beautiful and diverse landscapes and communities of New Mexico.
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 2004
University of Virginia, Curry School of Education, M.Ed., 2001
University of Virginia, B.A., English and Psychology, 1997
McGuireWoods LLP (2004-2006)
University of San Diego (Associate Director) (2007-2012)
University of New Mexico (Assistant Dean) (2012-2018)
Washington, DC (inactive)
State Bar of New Mexico, Committee on Diversity in the Profession
National Association of Legal Professionals, 2007-2018
Friends of Montessori Foundation, 2013-2018