Angella Molvig was born and raised on a farm/ranch in Glasgow, Montana. She attended the University of Montana, graduating with a degree in Sociology and a minor in Communication Studies. After receiving her degree, she worked at the Comfort Inn for a year before going on to pursue her passion of helping domestic and sexual abuse survivors as a staff advocate at Missoula’s YWCA domestic violence shelter. This work inspired her to go to law school in order to help domestic violence survivors on a higher level. She is currently a third year student at the University of Chicago Law School, where she is an active member of the Domestic and Sexual Violence Project, which promotes awareness, education and discussion about the legal issues surrounding domestic violence and sexual assault. She is also a Legal Intern for Legal Assistance Foundation, a civil legal aid organization, working with survivors of domestic violence in the Family Law practice group. After graduation, Angella looks forward to continuing her passion of working to help victims of domestic abuse.