Peyton grew up in Evansville, Indiana. She was truly blessed with an amazing family. She has always had a passion for travel and enjoys the opportunity to get to know people, cultures, and situations all over the world. She is a soon-to-be graduate of Taylor University. She has worked with children for over eight years tutoring, camp counseling, leading Bible groups, and babysitting. She will have a Bachelor of Arts degree in PPE (political science, philosophy, and economics) and a minor in pre-law. She hopes to pursue a future in international, criminal, or family law/policy making. She has served as a freshman orientation group leader, Echo News writer, intern for Judge Mark Spitzer, secretary at Hudson Dermatology, four-sport high school varsity athlete, floor intramural sports coordinator and small group leader, AEI summer intern, Australian Student Ambassador for People to People, Girls State representative, etc. She enjoys pick-up volleyball games, being sent random quotes, cooking new recipes, and getting in a good political debate. She has felt led to serve abroad in her semester gap before law school for some time. Thankfully, she was blessed with the opportunity to work with children’s homes and anti-human trafficking efforts with Love Justice for five months after graduating.