Undergraduate institutions and degrees
University of Maryland, College Park – Bachelor of Arts

Hometown – City, State, and Country (if not the U.S.)
Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Law school program specialty, certificate, or concentration (if applicable)
Concentration in Immigration Law

Extracurricular and co-curricular activities
   Maryland Public Interest Law Project, Inc., President 2019-2020, Outreach Chair 2018-2019
   Immigration Law and Policy Association, Treasurer 2018-2019
   Student Bar Association, 2L Class Representative 2018-2019
   Southern Immigrant Freedom Initiative, Folkston, GA, Volunteer March 17-22, 2019
   Dep’t of Homeland Security, Office of the Principal Legal Advisor, Immigration Law & Practice Division, Washington D.C.
   Legal Intern, January 2020- April 2020
   Eldridge, Nachtman, and Crandell, LLC, Baltimore, MD
   Legal Intern, September 2018- December 2018; May 2019- January 2020
   University of Maryland Immigration Clinic, Baltimore, MD
   Student Attorney, January 2019- May 2019
   Catholic Charities of Baltimore- Esperanza Center, Baltimore, MD
   Legal Intern, May 2018- August 2018

Post-graduation plans
DOJ, Attorney General’s Honors Program -Judicial Law Clerk with the New York Broadway Immigration Court

What was your most memorable law school moment?
Winning my clients’ asylum case in clinic.

Finish this sentence: I could not have gotten through law school without…
Medha Venugopal & Alba Fabelo

Who are your mentors? How have they impacted your journey?
Professor Maureen Sweeney and Gabriela Kahrl have helped guide me throughout law school, calmed me when I was feeling uncertain, built up my self-confidence and encouraged me to pursue career options even if I felt unworthy. They are the best mentors anyone could ask for. Professor Rena Steinzor was a wonderful mentor my 1L year. She helped make the first year of law school so much easier and less confusing to navigate. Lastly, Teresa Schmiedeler has been an amazing mentor and resource for MPILP and with helping us effectively run the organization.

What did you learn about yourself in law school?
I am capable of more than I think I am.