Prior to seeking a legal career, Paige attended the University of New Mexico and obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Portuguese. Paige then began her legal studies at the University of New Mexico School of Law in the Fall of 2018 and graduated with her Juris Doctor in May of 2021. She began her work at SaucedoChavez, P.C. as the firm's Arturo L. Jaramillo law clerk during the summer of 2019. She has been with the firm ever since.
While in law school, Paige was the teaching assistant for Professor Marc-Tizoc González's Property I class. She also obtained the CALI Award for her work in the Community Lawyering Clinic during the Fall of 2020.
Paige was born and raised in New Mexico. She spent the majority of her childhood in Cedar Crest where she learned to appreciate wildlife and the outdoors. She then moved back to Albuquerque where she graduated from Sandia High School in 2011.
Paige was a member of the New Mexico Ballet Company for several years. While no longer a ballerina, Paige continues dancing to this day, with her focus now being on jazz, modern, and Broadway-style dance. She has also played the classical guitar for most of her life. In addition to her love of dance and music, Paige also enjoys musical theatre, hiking, yoga, reading fantasy novels, and most of all, spending time watching movies with her husband Tyler and three wonderful dogs Sirius, Pepper, and Strider.