Corinne Wolfe Fellow for Transformative Advocacy
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Verenice interned at the Center during law school and has returned as a Corinne Wolfe Fellow for Transformative Advocacy. The purpose of her post-graduate fellowship is to benefit the health and welfare of New Mexico children and families, especially in rural areas, and provide direct legal service, policy, advocacy, and education. Her specific project will focus on increasing language access for New Mexico’s children and families. Verenice was born in rural Chihuahua, Mexico, and grew up in the San Luis Valley of Colorado. While in law school she was the Multicultural Relations Editor/Managing Editor of UNM’s Tribal Law Journal and the president of the Mexican American Law Students Association (MALSA).
J.D. from University of New Mexico School of Law in May of 2019.