Deputy Attorney General
Jenny L. Craig
Jenny received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wyoming and went on to earn her Juris Doctor from the University of Wyoming, College of Law. She began her legal career clerking for the Honorable William C. Beaman, Magistrate Judge for the Wyoming Federal District Court. After spending some time in private practice, Jenny joined the criminal division of the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office in 2007. She represented the State in criminal appeals to the Wyoming Supreme Court and United States Supreme Court, post-conviction relief actions, and federal habeas corpus litigation in the federal district court and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Jenny left the Attorney General’s Office to serve as a staff attorney for the Honorable Barton R. Voigt and the Honorable Keith G. Kautz, both justices on the Wyoming Supreme Court. She then returned to the Attorney General’s Office to serve as the Deputy Attorney General of the Criminal Division. There she oversees the attorneys handling criminal appeals, state and federal habeas corpus petitions, state post-conviction petitions, and civil forfeiture matters. The Criminal Division also represents the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Department of Corrections, Division of Criminal Investigation, Office of Homeland Security, and Board of Parole.
Supervising Attorney General
Josh earned his undergraduate degree in Criminology and Political Science from the University of South Florida in 2010. He earned his law degree, with honors, from the University of Wyoming, College of Law in 2013, and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. After law school, he clerked for a year for the Honorable Nancy D. Freudenthal in the U.S. District Court for the District of Wyoming. He originally joined the Attorney General’s Office in September 2014, where he represented the state in criminal cases before state and federal courts. He left in May 2017 to work as a staff attorney to Judge Steven K. Sharpe in the First Judicial District for a year, and then for Justice Kate M. Fox of the Wyoming Supreme Court. He returned to the Attorney General’s Office in July 2019 as the supervisor of the post-conviction section in the Criminal Division. In addition to his litigation duties, Josh represents the Wyoming Highway Patrol. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.
Senior Assistant Attorneys General
Kristen is a graduate of Dartmouth College and George Mason University Law School. As an Air Force spouse, she has lived and practiced law in four states and is now proud to call Wyoming her “forever home.” Her broad professional experience includes a judicial clerkship, criminal defense, family law, civil litigation, administrative law, government contracting, and estate planning. From 2013-2014, Kristen worked for the Attorney General’s Office in the Human Services Division representing the Wyoming Department of Health, Division of Healthcare Financing (Medicaid). She returned to the Attorney General’s Office in 2020 to join the Criminal Division. Kristen sits on the board of the Military Spouse JD Network, a bar association committed to supporting the careers of military spouse legal professionals. She is also passionate about conservation and sustainability.
Kellsie J. Singleton
Kellsie graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2012 with her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming. She earned her law degree, with honor, from the University of Wyoming, College of Law in 2015. She began her legal career at the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office in the Human Services Division, representing the Wyoming Department of Health, Division of Healthcare Financing (Medicaid). In 2018, Kellsie worked in private practice, representing clients in general civil matters. She then returned to the Attorney General’s Office in March 2020 as an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division, where she now represents the Division of Criminal Investigation and handles state and federal habeas corpus petitions, state post-conviction petitions, and civil forfeiture matters. In her free time, Kellsie enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, running, hiking, camping, boxing, and playing/singing on her church’s praise team.
Sam is a life-long Wyoming native. He received his bachelor’s degree in English, with a minor in Philosophy, from the University of Wyoming. Sam attended the University of Wyoming College of Law where he graduated, with honor, in May 2016. He was inducted into the Order of the Coif in April 2017. While in law school he served as both a staff member and elected Student Editor for the Wyoming Law Review. He also worked in the International Human Rights Clinic and the Energy, Environmental and Natural Resources Clinic. He spent his first year of practice as the law clerk for the Honorable Judge Daniel Forgey in Casper, Wyoming. He is assigned to the appellate section of the Criminal Division.
Timothy Zintak was born and raised in the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago, IL. In May 2011, Timothy earned a B.A. with a double major in Political Science and Economics from the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. In May 2015, he graduated from Georgetown University in Washington, DC after completing a dual degree program, earning a Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a Master of Science in Foreign Service degree from the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service. During his education, Timothy completed internships with the U.S. Department of State's Office of Peacekeeping, Sanctions, and Counter terrorism and the Consulate General in Perth, Australia, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Human Rights Law Section, the International Organization for Migration in Geneva, Switzerland, and the Office of the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, Netherlands. Following graduation, Timothy completed a Fellowship with the Major Economic Crimes Bureau of the New York County District Attorney's Office in Manhattan, New York City from 2015-2016. From 2016-2018, Timothy engaged in anti-corruption prosecution as the Assistant Special Prosecutor for the Republic of Palau.
Assistant Attorney General
Donovan earned his undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wyoming in 2014. After graduation, he spent four years working as a correctional officer for the Colorado Department of Corrections. Donovan returned to Wyoming in 2018 to attend law school. During law school, he interned for the Albany County Public Defender’s Office and in the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office in the Criminal Division. In 2021, he earned his J.D. with honors from the University of Wyoming College of Law. After graduation, Donovan returned to work in the Criminal Division of the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office.
Catherine was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Wyoming in 2016 and earned her law degree from the University of Wyoming, College of Law in 2019. While in law school, Catherine was the head of the Prosecution Assistance Program, which assisted prosecutors all over the state and enabled her to work with the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office on appellate briefs and petitions for post-conviction relief. She also interned with both the Albany County and Laramie County circuit courts, as well as the Albany County Attorney’s office. Upon graduation, she joined the Criminal Division of the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. She is assigned to the appellate section of the Criminal Division.