Jennifer split her formative years between Honduras and North Carolina. As an undergraduate at NCSU, she received B.A.s in Psychology and Political Science and was an active member of the Students for Immigrant Rights and Equality, strengthening her ability to do client-centered advocacy. At Columbia, she continued this commitment, concentrating on immigration law, serving on the Society for Immigrant and Refugee Rights board, and participating in the Immigration Defense Externship with the Legal Aid Society. Jennifer is excited to work with Ayuda, where she will apply her knowledge and experience to advocate for unaccompanied immigrant children.