A daughter of Mexican immigrants, she left Los Angeles wanting to follow her passions for immigration and social justice and figure it out with her parents’ unwavering support. While in law school, Roxana gave Know Your Rights presentations in Louisiana detention centers with Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, drafted technical legal writing with the National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project, and became a student attorney with the International Human Rights Law Clinic. Coming full circle, Roxana is looking forward to serving as an IJC Fellow and starting her immigration career at Esperanza Immigrant rights Project where she will advocate for unaccompanied minors in the greater Los Angeles area.