Zoë grew up in Vermont and earned her B.A. in Latin American Studies from Smith College. After college she spent three years living in Santiago, Chile, working as an English teacher. She then moved to Boston where she worked as a medical interpreter for two years and eventually moved to Rhode Island where she earned her J.D. from Roger Williams University. While in law school, Zoë was the president of the Association for Public Interest Law and participated in the pro bono collaborative at Roger Williams, as well as the RWU Immigration Clinic. Zoë is happiest when she is hiking, baking or singing. She loves the outdoors, and her golden doodle, Nyxie.
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