Carmen Pérez-Noyola was born in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, and she moved to the United States with her parents and two younger siblings when she was thirteen years old. She is a first generation college student, graduating from Arizona State University in May 2014 with a B.S. in Justice Studies. Carmen’s own experience with immigration and increased education on the issue while in college inspired her to pursue a career in immigration and criminal defense law. She interned with the Florence Project during her senior year at ASU and moved into the Legal Assistant position in June 2014. Carmen is fascinated by French culture, and she enjoys listening to music, dancing bachata, eating chocolate, and volunteering in her community.
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