Ms. Kriewaldt's career background spans a wide variety of disciplines. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and also studied Political Science at Texas A&M University. She worked in the Fast Static Design Engineering Department of Motorola for seven years, provided three years of business administration service to Robinson, Architects of Austin, was the sole proprietor of a residential design service and personally managed every stage of a real estate investment venture for eight years. She has enjoyed many years of performance art in classical ballet and figure skating.
Ms. Kriewaldt's volunteer hours are spent as a citizen-lobbyist at the local, state and national level. She mentors student-lobbyists in effective civil discourse, prepares them for public testimony at legislative hearings and volunteers to speak in support of American civics education at secondary and university campus clubs. She considers herself a perpetual student of the Holy Bible.
She is most proud of her stay-at-home years, caring for her two sons, Samuel and Jack.
Ms. Kriewaldt is a Texas Certified Teacher in 7th-12th Social Studies and is currently lecturing at Faith Academy of Marble Falls, Texas, in Government, Economics and American History.