Camila Carrera was born in Quito, Ecuador, but lived in California starting at age 6. She received her bachelor's degree from George Washington University with a major in International Affairs with a double concentration in Cultural Studies and African Studies. During college, Camila worked at the Law office of Christine Stouffer where she interpreted for immigration cases. She also studied abroad in Senegal, where she advocated for refugees and perfected her French language skills (and even learned a bit of the local Senegalese language Wolof). While living in Washington D.C., she volunteered with detained immigrants who had no legal representation.
As an immigrant herself, Camila is committed to working to protect immigrant rights. Her passion for social justice and human rights drive her eagerness to make a difference. Camila is excited to be working at The Law Office of Robert Jobe where she works closely with immigrants and has the opportunity to perfect her language skills.