Ms. Cutler joined the Center in 2017 as a Public Service Law Fellow focused on addressing predatory lending practices and protecting the rights of borrowers in New Mexico. Following her undergraduate degree, Ms. Cutler worked in the Laguna Pueblo and Albuquerque Public Schools fostering access and increasing opportunities for families and communities to engage in their children’s education. During law school, Ms. Cutler externed with the Navajo Nation and DNA-People’s Legal Services, and worked with the National Domestic Workers Alliance through the Community Economic Development Clinic. Outside of work, she has a passion for writing, painting, and exploring the southwest by car and on foot.
J.D. University of California Los Angeles School of Law