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Viviana Martin

During her time at UC Berkeley, Viviana dedicated herself to understanding institutional inequities and the impacts they have on marginalized communities. She took her passion for advocacy and interest in education policy to Berkeley’s student government, initiating projects and legislation that supported the educational needs of Latinx students. Viviana’s desire to understand the intersections between policy, law, and institutional inequities led her to Washington, D.C. as a policy intern for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, where she worked on education and immigration policy. After Coro, Viviana plans to pursue a law degree and is eager to advocate for the rights and needs of marginalized communities, with a focus on education policy.