Annie Kent Droppert grew up on Bainbridge Island in Washington State, just a short ferryboat ride away from Seattle. Annie, her husband Jordan (also known as Mr. Droppert to his students at Jackson Hole Middle School), and their daughter enjoy alpine and cross-country skiing, hiking, biking, fly fishing, trail running, and spending time with their two Labrador Retrievers.
Annie began her legal career as an Associate Attorney with Gonnella Adamson, PC in 2014. Prior to joining Gonnella Adamson, PC, Annie worked as a Certified Legal Extern for the Town of Jackson and as a Law Clerk for Garrett Hemann Robertson, P.C. Annie received her juris doctorate from Lewis & Clark Law School, where she earned a Certificate in General Business Law and served as an Associate Editor of Environmental Law, the nation’s oldest law review dedicated solely to environmental issues.
Annie is a Director on Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing’s Housing Authority Board and was previously the Head Coach of the three-time Montana State Champion Jackson Hole Girls’ 15U lacrosse team and a Mentor with the Teton County Mentor Project.
Annie focuses her practice in the areas of estate and tax planning, business planning, situs planning, and trust and estate administration