Travis G. Page was born on February 21, 1984 in Shelby, NC. He was raised in Cherryville, North Carolina, and graduated from Cherryville High School in 2002. From 2002 until 2006, Travis attended Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina on scholarship as a fourth-generation student. While at Appalachian State, he served as a member of the Student Government Association and participated in the Honors Program. In 2006, Travis graduated with honors from Appalachian State with a degree in Political Science and minors in both Criminal Justice and Business Administration.

In the fall of 2006, Travis enrolled in the University of North Carolina School of Law, located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. While at UNC, Travis argued on behalf of the School’s Environmental Appellate Advocacy Team at the 2009 National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition. He also served as class representative and helped establish the School’s Betty Degraffenreid Building Fund in memory of the law school café’s beloved manager. In 2009, Travis received his Juris Doctor degree from UNC and passed the North Carolina Bar Examination.

Upon admission to the North Carolina Bar, Travis served as Assistant District Attorney for Wake County, before returning to Gaston County in late 2010 to serve in the same capacity. As a prosecutor, he handled thousands of criminal cases, ranging from traffic matters and DWIs to serious felonies. In 2012, Travis brought his criminal practice and trial experience to Arthurs & Foltz LLP, where his areas of practice include general civil litigation, real estate, and criminal matters.  He became a Partner at the firm in January 2017.

Travis is a member of the Gaston County Bar Association and the North Carolina Bar Association.  Additionally, he is an active member of his community, having served on the Board of Directors for Gaston County Habitat for Humanity and his homeowners’ association. He, his wife Melissa, and daughter, Madison, reside in Belmont, North Carolina.