Born in Argentina and raised in New Jersey, Nadia Cabrera-Mazzeo moved to NM to attend the University of New Mexico (UNM). After graduating with a B.A. in history, Nadia served as a Team Leader in AmeriCorps NCCC where she had the pleasure of working with non-profit organizations across the Southwest, including NM, to implement community-led service projects. Nadia received her J.D. from the UNM School of Law, where she served as president of the ACLU-NM student chapter and the Student Bar Association. During law school, Nadia was a peer tutor in Contracts and Constitutional Rights and taught constitutional rights to high school students as a Fellow with the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. She also worked with the NM Immigrant Law Center, the UNM Institute of Public Law, and the Child & Family Justice Clinic. In her third year of law school, Nadia worked as the Reproductive Rights Law Clerk at the ACLU-NM. In her role as Staff Attorney, Nadia’s work focusses on immigrants’ rights and reproductive rights. Nadia’s goal is to increase access to health care, especially reproductive care, for immigrant families in NM through data-gathering, education, and impact litigation.