Katie Flynn was raised in a small town in Brazoria County, Texas and has resided in Texas her entire life.
She graduated from the University of Houston in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science, focusing on child development and psychology.
Ms. Flynn spent a great deal of time volunteering with organizations that provide services to children and made the decision to attend law school at South Texas College of Law in Houston so that she could further have an impact on the lives of children in need.
Ms. Flynn began an internship with the Harris County Attorney’s Office in the Child Protective Division in 2006 and continued there throughout the remainder of her law school tenure.
Ms. Flynn was licensed by the State Bar of Texas in 2009 and went on to continue working in the courts as an attorney ad litem for children and parents in cases involving Child Protective Services.
Ms. Flynn has practiced for over 10 years in the family and juvenile court system, with an emphasis on the termination of parental rights and adoption of children.
Ms. Flynn is married with two young children. She enjoys volunteering her time with different organizations, including The Junior League of Galveston and serving on the board of the Advocacy Center for Children in Galveston County.