Molly Graver joined the Center in November 2019 to advance health equity and healthcare access for all New Mexicans. Ms. Graver has two decades of experience in human rights and workers’ rights advocacy. Previously, she coordinated New Mexico Legal Aid’s farmworker advocacy project focusing on wage justice, freedom from workplace discrimination, and workers’ rights under federal farmworker laws. She has also been Graduate Teaching Fellow at Temple University School of Law, an attorney with farmworker programs in Oregon and New York, an educator/organizer with a women’s rights collective in rural El Salvador, and an advocate with asylum seekers in the El Paso/Juarez border region. A Haywood Burns Human Rights Scholar and Ella Baker Fellow, Graver graduated from City University of New York School of Law.
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