Lenaya Aldridge grew up in Thermopolis, Wyoming and graduated with honors from Hot Springs County High School. She lives in Cheyenne with her husband and their four children. They also have three adult children and four grandchildren. Lenaya studied psychology and communications at Western Oregon University and has over 12 years of experience in the legal field.
Over the years she has worked on a variety of cases, including extensive work in family law, criminal law, estate planning, personal injury litigation, and more. Her experience comes from state and federal governments as well as the private sector, giving her a well-rounded knowledge of legal practice. Her past experience includes working at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Wyoming in the Criminal Division, the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office in the Human Services Division, Messenger & Overfield, P.C. of Thermopolis, the Oregon Department of Family Services as the paralegal for Child Protective Services, and the Oregon Department of Justice in the Family Law Division.
In her spare time, Lenaya trains in martial arts with her children and enjoys hiking and all of the outdoor activities Wyoming has to offer.