Miriam attended San Francisco State University and received a Bachelors degree in Sociology and a minor in Latino Studies, in May of 2017. While in college,Miriam volunteered at La Raza Centro Legal in the Mission District of San Francisco, and translated at the San Francisco Superior Court and San Francisco Asylum Office, particularly for unaccompanied minors who traveled alone from Central and South America. She has also worked at other immigration firms prior to joining the Jobe Law team, as well as a civil litigation firm.Those experiences inspired her to pursue a career in immigration law, and has seen how relevant it has been not only in her community, but within her family. She is from the state of Jalisco, Mexico, and grew up in the City of Pittsburg in Northern California. She aspires to help as much as she can, and give back to her community.