Blythe Hawthorne-Loizeaux

University of Colorado Boulder - 2013

Worked on issues that affected undocumented and/or Latina women. Interned at Mi Casa Resource Center (Aug. 2011-May 2012), where I did fundraising for access to entrepreneurial opportunities, and the Immigrant Legal Center-Boulder (Aug. 2012-Dec.2013), where I drafted affidavits for U-visas for survivors of domestic violence and for I-601A extreme hardship waivers for undocumented people married to a U.S. citizen.

I will graduate from New York University School of Law in December 2018, and intend to look for a job in public interest. During the spring of 2018, I will intern at Make the Road, an organization that provides holistic and free legal services to the undocumented population of New York City.