About Iris Rodriguez
I am a first-generation student at Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. I am majoring in English with a concentration in Writing and am minoring in Sociology and Criminal Justice. I am the VIce-President of Xavier’s Voices of Solidarity, a club that advocates for migration justice. When I am not a full-time student, I am a part-time legal assistant at McKinney, and Namei L.P.A., where I serve my community in legal services. After Undergrad, I plan to attend the American University College of Law in hopes of becoming a specialized immigration and civil rights attorney. Eventually, I would like to spend my career in politics at the federal level, spending time doing more legal work for my community and those like it.
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