Adrienne is an Arizona native, born and raised. She completed her undergraduate degree in Mathematics at Pepperdine University and returned to the Valley to teach mathematics. While teaching, she earned her Master's Degree in Business Administration with a focus in Finance at Arizona State University. Ready for a change and a new challenge, Adrienne left teaching to pursue a law degree at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law in Denver, Colorado. While in law school, Adrienne was a member of the Colorado Women's Bar Association, Black Law Students Association, and the Criminal Law Review. She also worked as a law clerk at Evans Case Law Firm, a civil litigation firm in Denver. Adrienne's proudest accomplishments in law school were her accolades as a member of the Sturm College of Law National Trial Team. Adrienne's first semester in the trial program, she earned the Scholastic Achievement Award. Adrienne's first semester in the trial program, she earned the Scholastic Achievement Award. In 2013, she and her partner won the Hoffman Cup Championship, an annual trial competition held at University of Denver. The following year, Adrienne and her teammates competed against the top 16 trial programs in the country in the Annual National Trial Competition at Baylor University and finished third, which is, to date, the most successful finish in the history of the Sturm College of Law Trial Advocacy program. In 2015, Adrienne graduated from law school and moved back home to Phoenix where she joined the DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC team. In her spare time, Adrienne enjoys crossfit, traveling, and trying new restaurants. Adrienne also continues to work with youth in her community.