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Diana K. Arreola

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E4FC

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E4FC

354 Pine Street Suite 700

San Francisco, California,94104

United States

Company Description

Since 2009, E4FC has developed resources to help undocumented students across the United States find scholarships to pay for college. These resources have been assembled and updated by undocumented young people who have participated in E4FC's various programs.... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

President of Latino Empowerment

De Anza College


Director of the Undocumented Student Program

Berkeley


Affiliations

The Women

Student Fellow


Integral Movement

Member


Education

Analy High School


De Anza Community College


Diablo Valley College


San Jose City College


Skyline College


Stanford University


University of California , Los Angeles


Ygnacio Valley High


Biology and Latina/Latino Studies

San Francisco State University


Psychology and Social and Behavioral Sciences major

Santa Rosa Junior College


B.A.

Political Science

University of California , Berkeley


B.A.

Sociology

San Jose State University


B.A.

Sociology

UC Berkeley


Bachelor of Arts

Political , Legal and Economic Analysis

Mills College


Bachelor of Arts

Sociology

U.C Santa Cruz


Bachelor of Arts Degree

Sociology and Psychology

University of California , Davis


Bachelor's degree

Psychology

Sonoma State University


Masters

Higher Education and Organizational Change

UCLA


Ph.D.

Psychology


Ph.D.

Psychology

San Dieguito Academy


bachelor's degree

Criminal Justice and Psychology

San Francisco State University


law degree

San Bernardino High School


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Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Meng So is an alumnus of UC Berkeley and received his Masters in Higher Education and Organizational Change from UCLA, where he researched issues related to campus climate, educational access, and advocacy within low-income and immigrant communities of color. He currently serves as the first Director of the Undocumented Student Program at UC Berkeley, coordinating efforts to initiate and enact a comprehensive agenda that responds to the needs of first generation, low-income, and undocumented students. Thus far, the program has initiated a holistic system of critical support services for undocumented students including a Dreamers Resource Center, immigration legal support, emergency grants, mental health support, faculty/staff undocu-ally training, etc. The program has quickly emerged as a best practice of support being replicated at other universities in CA and nationwide. Today, he sits on UC Presidential Task Force on Undocumented Students, and lends his voice to national efforts to advocate for inclusive immigration policies and a federal Dream Act. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography)


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e4FC Legal Services Photo by: Diana K. Arreola She is in her second year at San Jose State University and is majoring in Health Science. She hopes to one day be able to provide information and excellent health care to the undocumented community. The origin of her interest for health came when her father had a heart attack and did not have health insurance. Her family had a tough time and she would not want anybody else going through the same situation. She chose to take part in E4FC because everyone at E4FC has the same goal to help out the undocumented community. E4FC offers countless of different aid to the community that is rarely seen and is a complete blessing for who ever comes across this organization. Her biggest dream is to travel. She believes it is a long shot but she knows with a little hope, she could one day travel. She would travel first to the ancient ruins. She misses her country of origin but America has become her home. In her spare time she likes to go hiking, go to concerts, and eat phó. e4FC Legal Services Photo by: Diana K. Arreola He graduated from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in March 2016 with Chicana/o Studies and Sociology degrees after transferring from Laney College in Oakland. He aspires to go to law school to become an immigration attorney and work in the undocumented community. One day he hopes to open a non-profit organization dedicated to provide affordable legal services and legal education in the Bay Area. He joined the E4FC family as a Legal Advocate because he believes in community empowerment through education, and legal education is one of the most valuable resources that is lacking in the undocumented community. In his free time, he likes being active and being outdoors. Hiking, running, and high intensity training are some of the activities he enjoys. Additionally, spending time with family is very important to him. e4FC Legal Services Photo by: Diana K. Arreola She attended school in Gilroy, California for about two years and then later moved to San Jose, California where she continued her education. She attended De Anza Community College before transferring to U.C Santa Cruz where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Her interest for immigration law started during her community college years. Therefore, during her time at U.C Santa Cruz, she decided to volunteer at the International Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) to expand her knowledge on immigration law. Soon after, she applied to the E4FC Legal Advocate fellowship because she saw it as an opportunity to continue to follow her interest and it would also allow her to help undocumented communities more proactively. e4FC Legal Services Photo by: Diana K. Arreola He was born in Seoul, South Korea and moved to California when he was three, moving around from Oakland to Dublin to Elk Grove and presently, to Berkeley. Living in the United States with just his parents and no other family in the same country has been a journey with its highlights and challenges. Yongbin is extremely close to his parents, and they have sacrificed so much of their own to open up doors and paths of opportunity. As a result, Yongbin has been a passionate student leader within undocumented, public service, university spirit, and orientation communities on the UC Berkeley campus. He joined E4FC as a Legal Advocate to better understand the complex U.S. immigration system and delve deeper into immigration law and history. With that knowledge and experience, Yongbin hopes to pursue a career, possibly in law, to work in low income, undocumented, and people of color communities. Beyond that, he wants to build spaces and paths for folks to empower themselves and bring out the potential leadership and capabilities that Yongbin sees in each and every individual. LEGAL ADVOCATES 2015-2016 Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Larissa was born in Brazil and immigrated to the United States when she was fourteen years old. She received her B.A. in Political Science from UC Berkeley in 2014; she has also volunteered and interned at organizations that advocate for immigrants' rights. Larissa worked for a private immigration law office where she assisted with DACA and U-Visa applications. Larissa is a former E4FC Legal Advocate Intern and is now a Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representative with E4FC. In addition to E4FC, Larissa also works as an Administrative Assistant at Caudle Immigration where she continues to serve the immigrant community. Larissa plans on attending law school in the future. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Harry was born in Seoul, South Korea and immigrated to Southern California when he was fourteen years old. Although he had difficulties learning English and assimilating into a new culture, Harry managed to gain admission to UC Berkeley, where he will be receiving a B.A. in Sociology in Spring 2015. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Larissa was born in Brazil, and immigrated to the United States when she was fourteen years old. As she moved on to community college after graduating high school, Larissa pursued Political Science as a major while being an active member in student organizations on campus, such as student government and the Puente Program. She then transferred to UC Berkeley where she received a B.A. in Political Science in Spring 2014. She was very active at Berkeley, and especially interested in participating in activities that dealt with immigration issues. Larissa was an intern for the Undocumented Student Program on campus and through that program, collaborated with other University of California campuses that wanted to expand their undocumented student services. She volunteered at the East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) and helped in their monthly DACA clinics, which provided free legal services to low-income clients who were eligible to apply for DACA. She also volunteered to be a mentor for undocumented students at Berkeley High School and provided information about college resources aimed at improving their access to higher education. Now that she has graduated, her plans include pursuing immigration law in the future, due to her passion for protecting immigrants' rights. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Due to lack of information in high school, she was initially discouraged from wholeheartedly pursuing higher education. A couple of years later, she enrolled at San Jose City College and soon found the encouragement she needed in an AB540 student support group that helped her excel and transfer to a four-year university. Nayeli is now a graduate of San Jose State University, where she received her B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Community Change. During her stay at SJSU, she held the chair position for Student Advocates for Higher Education (SAHE), an organization at SJSU whose mission is to promote higher education among immigrant students regardless of legal status and whom she credits for helping her grow as a community organizer. As a firm believer in the importance of being civically engaged, she dedicates her free time in organizing with many other South Bay organizations that advocate for immigrant rights and volunteering for organizations that aid eligible youth apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Nayeli's passion for social justice and human rights has driven her to pursue Law school in the future. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola In pursuit of better opportunities and a brighter future, her family moved to the United States when she was 13. Raised by her parents to believe that education and hard work were the keys to unlocking those opportunities, she attend


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Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Larissa was born in Brazil and immigrated to the United States when she was fourteen years old. She received her B.A. in Political Science from UC Berkeley in 2014; she has also volunteered and interned at organizations that advocate for immigrants' rights. Larissa worked for a private immigration law office where she assisted with DACA and U-Visa applications. Larissa is a former E4FC Legal Advocate Intern and is now a Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representative with E4FC. In addition to E4FC, Larissa also works as an Administrative Assistant at Caudle Immigration where she continues to serve the immigrant community. Larissa plans on attending law school in the future. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola (DKA Photography) Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Harry was born in Seoul, South Korea and immigrated to Southern California when he was fourteen years old. Although he had difficulties learning English and assimilating into a new culture, Harry managed to gain admission to UC Berkeley, where he will be receiving a B.A. in Sociology in Spring 2015. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Larissa was born in Brazil, and immigrated to the United States when she was fourteen years old. As she moved on to community college after graduating high school, Larissa pursued Political Science as a major while being an active member in student organizations on campus, such as student government and the Puente Program. She then transferred to UC Berkeley where she received a B.A. in Political Science in Spring 2014. She was very active at Berkeley, and especially interested in participating in activities that dealt with immigration issues. Larissa was an intern for the Undocumented Student Program on campus and through that program, collaborated with other University of California campuses that wanted to expand their undocumented student services. She volunteered at the East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) and helped in their monthly DACA clinics, which provided free legal services to low-income clients who were eligible to apply for DACA. She also volunteered to be a mentor for undocumented students at Berkeley High School and provided information about college resources aimed at improving their access to higher education. Now that she has graduated, her plans include pursuing immigration law in the future, due to her passion for protecting immigrants' rights. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Due to lack of information in high school, she was initially discouraged from wholeheartedly pursuing higher education. A couple of years later, she enrolled at San Jose City College and soon found the encouragement she needed in an AB540 student support group that helped her excel and transfer to a four-year university. Nayeli is now a graduate of San Jose State University, where she received her B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Community Change. During her stay at SJSU, she held the chair position for Student Advocates for Higher Education (SAHE), an organization at SJSU whose mission is to promote higher education among immigrant students regardless of legal status and whom she credits for helping her grow as a community organizer. As a firm believer in the importance of being civically engaged, she dedicates her free time in organizing with many other South Bay organizations that advocate for immigrant rights and volunteering for organizations that aid eligible youth apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Nayeli's passion for social justice and human rights has driven her to pursue Law school in the future. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola In pursuit of better opportunities and a brighter future, her family moved to the United States when she was 13. Raised by her parents to believe that education and hard work were the keys to unlocking those opportunities, she attended Stanford University and majored in International Relations, aspiring to eventually become a public policy activist. While in college, she volunteered at the Superior Court of San Mateo as an advocate for family law litigants, and she currently works as an immigration paralegal at a law firm in San Francisco. She plans to go back to school for a law degree towards a career in the public sector, and hopes to continue working as an advocate for her community. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Yoshi emigrated from Mexico to the United States when she was 15 years old. In spite of the difficulties she faced as a newly arrived immigrant, she graduated from high school and then enrolled full-time at Skyline College. She then transferred to UC Berkeley where she received a B.A. in Sociology. While at Berkeley, she became a leader at Berkeley Organizing Congregations for Action (BOCA) and an ambassador of the Chicana Latina Foundation Broadband Project. In her last year, she discovered her passion for helping immigrants like herself to navigate the challenging immigration system and volunteered at the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant (EBSC), where she aided in sanctuary -support, protection, and advocacy -to low-income and indigent refugees and immigrants. The financial independence Yoshi gained the very first day she set foot in the United States while working full-time to fund her education, and excelling academically has made her a strong, conscious and determined woman to make a constructive impact in the lives of other immigrants. Yoshi plans to pursue immigration law. Photo by: Diana K. Arreola Diana grew up in San Diego and emigrated from Puebla, Mexico when she was only nine months. In the future, she wants to go to law school to become an immigration attorney. Diana was part of E4FC's Outreach Team this past year and gained a lot of skills and experience. She considers herself mature, specifically because of her experience as an undocumented person. Diana feels very honored and privileged to be receiving an education from San Francisco State University, where she is pursuing a double major in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Her heart is deeply invested in immigration work but Diana also loves attending poetry readings, because she knows how powerful words can be a tool to change the heart.


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