Leticia Mora graduated from Florida State University in May 2013 with degrees in Theatre and Psychology. She was on the Dean’s List, received the United States Hispanic Leadership InstituteAward, and the Humana Academic Scholar Achievement Award, and was recognized for her extensive outstanding work with the Model United Nations program. During undergrad,she worked with the Center for the Advancement of Human Rights, where she completed a Directed Independent Study on sex trafficking and policies instituted to combat this crime. While at FSU, she also worked with the theatre troupe, Latinos In Performance, to produce “Latins Anonymous”, which narrated stories of immigration, collective memory, and hardship to a largely marginalized group. Following graduation from FSU, Leticia served as a fellow with Humanity in Action in Amsterdam where she participated in programs pertaining to human rights and minority issues in Europe. Upon her return to Tallahassee, she worked full time as a Success Coach with FSU’s first generation program, Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement, to help first generation and minority students accomplish academic and extracurricular success on campus. At Miami Law, Leticia hopes to continue her work with human rights and trafficking issues.
Updated May 2019
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