Gwen’s motivation to serve local communities stems from her years growing up in the Village of Waynesville, Ohio. There, she realized that she could make a beneficial impact for those who call these villages, townships, and cities “home.”
Before joining Frost Brown Todd, Gwen clerked with GE Aviation and Additive Manufacturing businesses where she updated contracts and policies, created a business development plan for the General Counsel and CEO of GE Aviation, investigated compliance concerns and determined corrective actions. She also interned for the Hon. Thomas M. Rose at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
Gwen graduated from the University of Dayton School of Law where she served as Chief Justice for the UDSL Moot Court Board, served as President and Treasurer of the Christian Association of Leadership and Law, and was a member of the Leadership Honors Program.
Prior to law school, Gwen served as a USA Gymnastics judge in both national and world qualifying competitions, while attending Miami University of Ohio where she graduated cum laude with a degree in Professional Writing.
Today, Gwen lives in the City of Bellbrook in what was once one of the original one-room schoolhouses. This red-brick schoolhouse has been in her family since 1926 and Gwen plans to cherish it for years to come. She is also a fly fishing enthusiast and spends a great deal of time enjoying the outdoors. When the weather keeps her indoors, she enjoys the arts and playing the violin.
University of Dayton School of Law, J.D., 2021
Miami University, B.A., Professional Writing, 2017, cum laude
CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Highest Grade in Legal Professional Writing I
2019 Walter H. Rice Moot Court Competition Finalist