Sabrina Rivera is the incoming supervising attorney at the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) for the California State University (CSU) Project that provides immigration legal services to the CSU’s in Southern California. For the past five years, Ms. Rivera served as the staff attorney at Western State College of Law’s (WSCL) Immigration Clinic in Irvine where she directly represented clients in a range of matters, including deportation defense, humanitarian visas for survivors of violence, citizenship and asylum. She also supervised and mentored law students enrolled in the Immigration Clinic on cases and community-based education initiatives throughout Orange County. Ms. Rivera also served as adjunct faculty at WSCL, where she taught a lawyering skills class for the past four years. Ms. Rivera currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association, Orange County Justice Fund and the Sanctuary Policy Advisory Group for the City of Santa Ana. She is the former chair of the Orange County Bar Association’s Immigration Section. She received her JD from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and her BA in Chicana/o Studies and Political Science from California State University, Dominguez Hills.