Jennifer Almodovar Jimenez (2020)

United States of America

Brandeis University

Law,Public/Social Policy

Jennifer Almodovar Jimenez recently graduated from Brandeis University with majors in Politics and International Relations and minors in Philosophy and Legal Studies. She also studied international criminal law at The Hague, and politics at the London School of Economics. At Brandeis, she fostered her passion for social justice and public service by advocating for Haitian cholera victims, conducting wrongful convictions research, and interning at the Massachusetts State House, U.S. Senate, and the U.K. Parliament. As a way to honor her immigrant roots, Jennifer hopes to pursue a career in law and policy focusing on immigration and labor. She is currently a paralegal helping reunite migrant families. Jennifer is 23 years old and from the United States.


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