Jennifer Gonzalez is a legal communicator, information designer, & immigrant and refugee rights advocate. As a public interest fellow at the NC Immigrant Rights Project, she assisted refugees fleeing gang and cartel violence in Latin America. Ms. Gonzalez trained at Stanford’s Hasso Platter Institute for Design and was president of the Stanford Law and Visual Media Project where she produced documentary films exploring the human cost of legal decisions.
Prior to her legal career she was an award-winning teacher, trainer, and consultant in Washington, DC. In addition to her JD from Stanford Law School, Ms. Gonzalez has an M.A. in Rhetoric and Composition and a B.A. in English from Brigham Young University.