A North Carolina native, Dale has called the Triangle home for over twenty years.
Staying close to her Wake County roots, she attended Peace College earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Spanish. While in college, Dale studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain at the University Autònoma de Barcelona.
Following in her mother and father’s footsteps, Dale attended Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. While at Campbell, Dale pursued her passion for trial work earning an Advanced Certificate of International Advocacy & Negotiation through the University of Reading. In 2017, Dale was selected to represent Campbell on its Mock Trial team in competitions throughout the country. In 2018, Dale and her team won the National Championship at the Capitol City Challenge National Invitational Mock Trial Competition in Washington, DC, becoming the first all women’s team to win a National competition for Campbell University. Upon graduation, Dale was awarded the Order of Old Kivett, an honor that commends exemplary representation in advocacy competitions while maintaining the highest ethical standards.
Since graduating, Dale has worked for Stephenson Law practicing personal injury and insurance defense. Recognizing her immense passion for helping families and children, she joined Ward Family Law Group in 2019.
Giving back to the community is one of Dale’s most treasured accomplishments. She is a coach for Broughton High School’s Mock Trial Team and a certified Guardian Ad Litem for Wake County’s abused and neglected children. Apart from giving back within the legal community, Dale is also an Advanced Certified Coach for the Special Olympics since 2008.
Dale lives in Apex, North Carolina with her cat, Napoleon, and her horse, Icarus de Carolina.