Mother, Attorney, and Small Business Owner

I’m a mom, an attorney, and co-owner of a busy law firm. I live in southern Fauquier County with my husband, two children, two dogs, and four donkeys. My father is a Vietnam veteran, my mother is a naturalized American, and my brother is an active duty soldier in the Army.  As a child I lived in Virginia, then lived in Belgium for nine years before moving back to Virginia in 2002. 

My parents instilled the importance of hard work. I held multiple jobs throughout high school and college while living on my own, far away from my family. I earned my law degree and have been practicing law in Virginia for ten years. I co-own Foster McCollam, a small law firm, and concentrate my practice on the representation of juveniles in our court system. My firm handles domestic relations matters too and we assist the local domestic violence shelter by providing free representation to disadvantaged women who are seeking protective orders against their abusers. 

In my day-to-day job, if I didn’t deliver on my promises, I’d be out of business. The same should be true for politicians: work hard and keep your promises or move out of the way.  It’s time to send a new voice to Richmond, and I’m ready to bring my advocacy skills to Richmond for YOU. With your support, we can #FosterChange here in the 88th House District! 

In solidarity,