Ms. Telle was born in Anderson, South Carolina and raised in Benton, Kentucky. She earned a Bachelor of Art degree with Distinction in History from Southern Methodist University in 2015. While at SMU, Ms. Telle worked at the George W. Bush Presidential Library. She also interned with the Young Leaders Program at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. Upon graduating from SMU, Ms. Telle moved to Philadelphia, PA to participate in the John Jay Fellows Program. She also taught grades K-12 in Marshall County, Kentucky as a substitute teacher.
In 2019, Ms. Telle received her Juris Doctor Degree from Washington & Lee University School of Law. At W&L, she attended Alliance Defending Freedom’s Blackstone Fellowship Program. Ms. Telle worked in the Missouri Attorney General’s Office under now U.S. Senator Josh Hawley during the summer of 2017. During the Fall 2018 semester, Ms. Telle studied general international law and international aviation law at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. She began working at Miller Hahn during the summer of 2018, and worked on projects for the firm thereafter while attending law school. Ms. Telle assists with all aspects of the firm’s practice areas.
Bar & Courts:
• Kentucky Bar, 2019
• United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, 2019
• Kentucky Bar Association
• McCracken County Bar Association
• The Federalist Society
• Blackstone Fellow
• Danforth Fellow
• Port of Paducah Propeller Club
• Paducah Young Professionals
• Charity League of Paducah
Ms. Telle loves being back home in Western Kentucky. She enjoys spending time with reading, running, baking and playing board games.