Nicole earned her J.D. from George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School in 2011. She was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 2014. While in law school, Nicole was a legal extern with Americans United for Life and helped the organization advance life-affirming laws at the state level. Nicole was also part of the George Mason Domestic Relations Legal Clinic and interned in a family law office where she provided legal assistance to low-income Virginia residents seeking uncontested divorces. As a law student, Nicole represented these clients in Ore Tenus hearings under the supervision of attorneys at the firm.
Before law school, Nicole worked in Washington, D.C. as a Legislative Assistant to two Members of Congress. During her time on Capitol Hill, Nicole provided policy analysis and voting recommendations to Members of Congress on a variety of public policy matters, wrote speeches, drafted committee statements and questions, wrote floor statements, produced legislation and amendments to legislation, met and developed networks with constituents and interest groups, and worked on regional projects. In addition, Nicole served as an intern to Former Attorney General Ed Meese in the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation. Nicole also served as an intern in the Office of Strategic Initiatives at The White House during the George W. Bush Administration.
After law school, Nicole pursued both her political and legal interests in Colorado, providing legal analysis to politically conservative organizations. Nicole received her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science from Westmont College.
Nicole is a horse enthusiast and enjoys riding and jumping horses every chance she gets. She also enjoys camping and hiking with her family in the great outdoors. Nicole and her husband, Jeff, have four children.