"There is an urgent need today … to analyze the intersection of police reforms, changes in the penal system and drug policy
Marisabel assists deputy general counsel and legal division attorneys.
Lissette collaborates with the CFO in securing the accuracy and transparency of all business transactions; ensures the preparat
Mike is responsible for our development database management, individual donor stewardship, and development research.
Natasha’s work focuses on the economic exploitation and discrimination against low-wage Latina/o immigrant workers, as well as
Joining LatinoJustice in 2000, Jackson finds opportunity in handling civil and constitutional rights litigation, legal advocacy
Diana joined LatinoJustice in 2009 to guide the organization’s fund development strategy and informs organizational planning.
Lydiette works in collaboration across departments to ensure the delivery of programming and events in addition to providing ad
An ardent advocate for lawyering at the intersection of structural racialization and poverty, Fran is a Senior Counsel with dec
Tiffany focuses on tactical elements of organization value proposition, talent acquisition and organization evolution and desig
Ricardo joined LatinoJustice's Southeast Office in 2018 to help respond to the legal needs of Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurric
Silvia has over 15 years of extensive human resources, nonprofit management and organizational development experience.
Sonji manages all pre-law and legal pipeline initiatives, including the LSAT Prep Course, LAWbound®, LSAT-to-JD worksh
Serving as LatinoJustice PRLDEF’s Legal Director for the past decade, Jose has been the lead lawyer in a number of ground-break
Elianne serves as Latino Justice’s Chief Communications Officer.
Born in New Mexico but raised in Texas, Jorge is the son of a farmer of Louisiana descent, whose family moved to South Texas ov
Christine has 18 years of experience in not-for-profit fundraising.
“Being receptionist at LatinoJustice represents a tremendous responsibility for me, welcoming the staff and visitors with profe
Kira focuses on immigrants’ rights, voting rights, economic justice and criminal justice reform.
Jerónimo focuses on building Latinx power to end the criminalization of communities of color.
Nathalia focuses on employment issues faced by low-wage Latinx workers in Nassau County, NY.