Tasha’s interest in immigration law began with the classes she took as an American Studies major and Spanish minor at Cornell University. After undergrad, Tasha spent two years working as a Universal Pre-K teacher assistant in a Syracuse, New York neighborhood with large immigrant and refugee communities. While at Cornell Law School, Tasha represented child and youth farmworkers across Upstate New York in the Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic. As an IJC fellow, Tasha will be working with the Cornell Law Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic to provide legal services to farmworkers in the Mohawk Valley region of New York, with a focus on Special Immigrant Juvenile applications.