About Joanna Williams
Joanna Williams is a women’s and gender studies major with past experience studying Latin America, immigration, and policy. She spent her sophomore year as a joint intern for the SLU Center for Service and Community Engagement and the St. Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America, a nonprofit that engages in accompaniment, organization, and advocacy work. Joanna participated in UndocuWeek events in 2019, and was thrilled to be a part of the UndocuWeek 2020 team and have the opportunity to work for immigration justice through education and conversation.
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