Ms. Dixon was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 2016, and to the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina. Her practice area include Estate Planning, Taxation, Trust Administration, Estate Administration, Corporate Law.
- Rutgers University (B.A., magna cum laude, 2013); Phi Beta Kappa
- Wake Forest University (J.D., Outstanding Female Law Graduate, 2016); Editor-in-Chief, Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy
- The Estate Planning Council of Winston-Salem, Secretary
- Wake Law Pro Bono Project, Volunteer Attorney
- Forsyth County Women Attorneys Association, Member
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Tax Section, Member
- Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section, Member
- North Carolina State Bar, Member
- Forsyth County Bar Association, Member
What have you enjoyed about being an attorney?For me, being an attorney also means committing to a lifetime of learning, both in the traditional sense of learning about the law in order to share that knowledge with clients, and the various ways that we learn from each and every client. I am grateful for the opportunity to help others and I enjoy doing my small part to make a positive change for a client.
Why Craige Jenkins? I admired the professionalism, competence, kindness, and community involvement of the attorneys at Craige Jenkins. The firm’s many years of success are a tribute to its dedication and compassion for clients.
Favorite hobbies? Yoga, reading, travel, and crafts. I am also an avid hockey fan and love attending games whenever possible.
Most memorable trip? While visiting family over the holidays, I had the opportunity to go on a few flights with a friend of mine who is a pilot. We flew in a small plane above our hometown at the Jersey shore one day, pointing out some of our favorite landmarks. On a particularly clear night, we flew up to New York City and traced the Hudson River through Manhattan. It was the evening before Thanksgiving Day, so busy travelers lit up the highways and the city streets. Who would have thought traffic could be beautiful? The views from above were breathtaking and it is an experience I will always remember.
Favorite Winston-Salem landmark? The Tavern in Old Salem and the Graylyn Estate.