Carolee Odom has spent her entire career working with children and families. After graduating from Mills College in California she attended the University of Washington and obtained her Standard Teaching Credential. She taught at all levels, K-12, before focusing on Special Education where she worked closely with the families of children with special needs.
Carolee received her Juris Doctorate from Seattle University before practicing general law with an emphasis on family law. In 1999 she began volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and serving as guardian ad Litem in both family law and dependency cases. She spent 7 years as a prosecuting attorney representing the best interests of children in family law cases. She joined Integrative Family Law in 2014.
- Mills College
- University of Washington, Standard Teaching Credential
- Seattle University, Juris Doctorate