Kimberly Jacobsen is a long time resident of Sheridan, Wyoming. A graduate of Sheridan High School and Northwest Community College, she continued her education studying Comprehensive Social Sciences at the University of Montana in Missoula.
In 2017, Kimberly accepted a position with a local law firm as a legal assistant. She enjoyed her work as a legal assistant and decided to further her career by becoming a paralegal. While working full time as a legal assistant, she attended the National Paralegal College in Arizona and earned her paralegal certification in 2020. In her work as a paralegal, Kimberly has developed a special interest for Workers’ Compensation, Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, and Property Law.
Since 2019, Kimberly has been a member of the board of directors of Rooted in Wyoming, which is a local non-profit aiming to facilitate the construction and maintenance of school and community gardens.
An avid reader, Kimberly attends the Claire Yorks book discussion groups at the community library.
Outside of work, Kimberly likes staying active and can be found at the YMCA, hiking or snowshoeing in the Big Horn Mountains, and spending time at her family cabin.