Chloe was drawn to IJC by her deep personal connection to and previous work in immigration law. As the granddaughter of a Japanese-American citizen during World War II, her family experienced immigration policy at its worst. This initial connection motivated her pursuit of a career in immigration law. Chloe’s experiences working with immigrant farm workers at the Northwest Immigrants Rights Project and with children at Kids in Need of Defense further solidified her commitment to representing vulnerable immigrant communities. Chloe will be placed at CAIR Coalition in Baltimore, where she will represent detained adults seeking relief from deportation.