Drew was born and raised on a small farm in Fresno County, California. She went on to study at University of Oregon where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Economics and Philosophy, with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies. After earning her undergraduate degree, Drew decided to call Oregon home and went on to earn her Doctor of Jurisprudence from University of Oregon. During her time in law school, Drew was the Associate Director of the Forensics Department for the University of Oregon, in which she single handedly coached, budgeted, and accounted for more than 100 college students at any given time. Mid-pandemic, Drew moved to Coos County to start her legal career, where she currently practices both criminal and juvenile law.
Drew has a strong commitment to accessibility to justice and facilitating a trauma-informed approach within her community. She is a dedicated listener and fierce advocate. And she is driven to help her clients find just and equitable resolutions.
In her free time, Drew enjoys cooking a homemade meal, spending quality time with her niece, coaching collegiate mock trial, and exploring the idiosyncrasies of beaches across Coos County with her spunky dog, Bleu.
Bachelor of Science in Economics, University of Oregon (2017)
Bachelor of Science in Philosophy, University of Oregon (2017)
Doctor of Jurisprudence, University of Oregon (2020)