Why do I support Nana Grants? Because I know what it’s like to be a single mother balancing work, school and family. Help me raise $10,900 to cover one year of child care for a student mother in college.
When I was 16, I discovered my passion for the law while working as an intern in the Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Victim Witness Program. At the age of 23, I found myself the single mother of three young daughters. I had little education and few resources. My passion for the law persisted, however, and I was able to complete my undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and obtain my Juris Doctorate from Georgia State College of Law. I relied on family and friends to help me with child care, and many times I took the girls to school with me when I did not have someone to keep them. I also accumulated significant student loans that I am still paying off. After graduation, I worked in the Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office. I entered private practice in 2013 and founded The Kirk Law Firm, P.C. in 2014.
I was fortunate to have family and friends I could rely on to make sure my girls were safe and cared for while I pursued my dream of becoming a lawyer. I support Nana Grants for all the mothers who don’t have that support.
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