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Kristine Wolfe

Council Member City Council
Home Phone: (520) 439-2149
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Biography

Kristine Wolfe was born into a military family and grew up in Indiana, outside of Chicago. She received her B.A. from Valparaiso University, where she majored in political science. After graduating magna cum laude, she continued on to law school at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, where she received her J.D. in 2005. After graduation, she worked for the Commonwealth of Virginia as a prosecutor where she focused on Fourth Amendment issues as well other cases such as armed robbery and murder. Due to her success, she was given a detail to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, where she prosecuted firearms and drug offenders under Project Safe Neighborhood. She is very proud of her efforts to have helped make the City of Newport News a safer place.

Kristine came to Sierra Vista in 2013 because her husband (Eric Potvin) was active duty military and assigned to Fort Huachuca. They fell in love with the people, the mountains, and the small town way of life, so they chose to make Sierra Vista their home.

Kristine was recently asked to serve as vice president on the SEAHA (South Eastern Arizona Hospitality Association) board. She previously served on the West End Committee (2015-2016) and planned the 2016 West End Fair. She has participated in several volunteer clean up events in the West End as well as helped clean up the Coronado National Forrest. She also participates in several other clubs around the community.

Kristine also has a crazy black Labrador named Fish who sometimes pretends that she is a horse. In her spare time, she enjoys watching TV shows that her husband hates, reading, and having a glass of wine.