Eugenia J. Manuelito

Email: [email protected]

Paralegal to Joseph N. Mendoza.

Eugenia is a full-blooded member of the Navajo (Diné) Nation, a straight descendant of Chief Manuelito (1818-1893), a principle tribal leader of the Navajo Nation, who is her Great, Great-Grandfather. She was born and raised in Laramie, Wyoming, where she attended the University of Wyoming for two years as a Fine Arts Major, and later pursued her studies at the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver, Colorado, where she obtained an Associate's Degree in Occupational Studies in Advertising Design.

Eugenia has 23 years of legal experience from working in various specialties such as bankruptcy, civil litigation, corporate law, criminal law, environmental law, family law, personal injury, and social security disability. She has always enjoyed the growth and challenges of working within the realm of the legal field.

Eugenia's favorite pastime outside of work is to indulge herself in her life's true passion of art, and her most notable inspired subjects are Eagles-as her own spirit and soul profoundly "soars upon the wings of Eagles." She created and designed her own line of unique Native American note cards, which essentially developed into a personal, pastime hobby.