Simone R. Sprague received her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the Lee Honors College at Western Michigan University, where she graduated cum laude. Simone attributes her path to becoming a lawyer to her mother’s example – a woman she describes as “never turning down a person in need.” Simone volunteered often while attending the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, both as a student advisor and as a board member of the Protective Order Project: a student-directed organization designed to assist survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and stalking. She was admitted to the Michigan State Bar in 2018 and previously practiced in the areas of social security disability, general practice, and family law. Outside of the office, Simone enjoys volunteering in the community. She is particularly passionate about causes supporting children, animals, and the elderly.