Aley Rohde was born in Lebanon, NH but raised in Tucson and Phoenix, AZ. Aley graduated from Pinnacle High School in 2011. She started playing basketball at the age of six and went on to play at the University of Arizona for a year before transferring to UNLV in 2012. Aley, who now stands 6′ 4″ tall, learned her love of the game from her older brother who played professionally for four years. While at UNLV, she earned her Bachelors in Criminal Justice in 2014 and her Masters in Public Administration in 2016. Her plan is to attend Boyd School of Law in the fall of 2017. Aley has wanted to become a lawyer since age seven, as she always looked up to her Uncle who has practiced law in a multitude of fields in New Hampshire.
In October of 2016, Aley met Craig at the Craig P. Kenny & Associates Annual Party. After learning her interest in attending law school, Craig offered to meet with her to discuss her plan. He immediately hired Aley to help out in our Traffic Ticket Department so she can get a feel for what it’s like to work at a law firm. Aley hopes to continue working with the firm throughout law school and hopes to be an attorney here some day!
Aside from basketball, Aley keeps active with yoga, Pilates, hiking, spin classes. She also enjoys reading and knitting in her free time.