I meet you a few weeks ago and I immediately realized that you are a pillar of the Latino community here in Princeton.
You work for Princeton public schools and for the Princeton township human services department.
You are highly educated: you have a law degree from the University of Madrid and a Minor in international law from Harvard.
You've moved to Princeton in 2007 and a year later you were already deeply involved as a volunteer helping the immigrant community.
In 2010 you joined the board of the Koko Fund which subsidizes after school activities for children whose family can't afford it.
And in 2015, you were officially working as a community outreach liaison for the Princeton Public Schools. At the same time, you started distributing food for the needy in a program that was officially recognized as the Henry Pannell Mobile Food Pantry in 2018
Today you are part of Solidaridad that assists the immigrant community and the Princeton Children fund and other food sharing association which we will cover on another podcast.
Recently you became the Princeton coordinator for the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund (LALDEF) a program that assists first-generation immigrants in going to college.
Last May, the Princeton Council recognized you for your work for the community, the students and their families.
It seems that you’ve always lived to give and to help others. Is that so? If I could have asked your mother: ‘How old was Lily when you first realized that she cared so much for other people, what do you think she would she have told me?
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