Gloria Chacon is a Supervising Attorney at Immigrant Justice Corps. Gloria first joined IJC as a Justice Fellow as part of the 2014 inaugural class. She was placed at The Door, Legal Services Center, where she worked representing young people facing removal. She then worked as a staff attorney with the Bronx Defenders where she engaged in a model of holistic representation and advised noncitizen clients on the impact of criminal and family matters on their immigration status. She also represented noncitizens in removal proceedings and in affirmative matters and conducted Know Your Rights presentations for the Bronx Community.
Gloria received her J.D. from New York Law School. During law school, she represented immigrant clients through her internships with the Legal Aid Society, Human Rights First, and Kids in Need of Defense. She received her B.A., cum laude, in Political Science and French from Rutgers University. Gloria was born and raised in Honduras and is fluent in Spanish and French. She is a recipient of the Robin Hood Heroes Award.