After graduating from college, I spent five plus years as a Community Advocate for the Workers’ Rights program at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus (ALC). At ALC, I empowered and represented low-wage and immigrant workers on issues including unpaid wages, retaliation, and discrimination. At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, I helped provide hundreds of legal consultations to community members about unemployment insurance and paid sick leave. I co-managed and partnered with UC Berkeley’s Labor Occupational Health Program and other community organizations to launch a statewide survey and report documenting the health and safety conditions of low-wage workers during the pandemic. Using my trilingual language skills, cultural competency, and heart for the community, I hope to become a public interest attorney. I am currently a first-year at Golden Gate University School of Law and am an active volunteer for ALC’s Workers’ Rights Clinic.