Amy Cotton Peterson featured in the article "Wonder Women - Leaders Making a Difference at Work, Home and the Community"
Below is an excerpt:
“As a physical therapist, you are often working one on one,” Peterson says. “And while I certainly felt I was making an impact, by transitioning into health-focused law, I felt I could make a bigger difference to a larger group of people.”
“My practice focuses on health care transactions, regulatory and compliance issues, business development and provider defense,” Peterson says. “These are critical issues, especially now as we fight through this global pandemic.”
“Today my passion beyond my family and legal practice is Chrysalis,” Peterson says. “Chrysalis is committed to ending domestic violence through a holistic and trauma-informed approach. Chrysalis gives survivors of domestic violence the safety and support they need to heal and build better lives through dozens of programs available statewide.”