Large-Scale Breakout Sessions

Saturday, 11/4, 8:20-9:10 PM

Panel Topic: Immigration

José Cabrera

Xavier University, Class of 2018

José Cabrera, a senior at Xavier University studying entrepreneurship is a DACA recipient and actively involved in advocacy for the immigrant community his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Joanna Williams

Director of Education and Advocacy, Kino Border Initiative

Joanna Williams is a graduate of Georgetown University and is currently the Director of Education and Advocacy at the Kino Border Initiative (KBI) in Nogales, Arizona and Sonora. Prior to her current position, she had journeyed with immigrants in a variety of contexts, including volunteering at a shelter in Tierra Blanca, Veracruz, Fulbright research on the reintegration of deported and return migrants, and work as a program assistant for the American Civil Liberties Union’s Border Litigation Project.

Pamela Felipa Quintana-Salazar

Parishioner, St. Mary Student Parish

Pamela Quintana-Salazar is a sophomore at Michigan State University studying Human Biology. Her father was deported in 2010, and her mother was deported in 2017. Pamela has been a member of the Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights since 2010, advocating for the rights of the under-represented in Washtenaw County.

Amy Ketner

Hispanic/Latino Ministry Coordinator, St. Mary Student Parish

Amy Ketner currently serves as Coordinator of the Hispanic/Latino Ministry at St. Mary Student Parish, a Jesuit parish in Ann Arbor, MI.  Prior to her role with the local Hispanic/Latino and immigrant community, Amy worked with University of Michigan students in campus ministry at St. Mary.  As a Jesuit Volunteer, Amy accompanied a largely immigrant community in Santiago, Chile from 2013 to 2015.  She is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

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