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Dorothy Rhodes - Class of 2015:
I started work with the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community (Health and Human Services). I facilitate for financial classes (participants in our programs are required to attend). Next I will start facilitating with the Domestic Violence Advocate Linda Rivers. She liked that I had a Bachelors in American Indian Studies and asked me to help out. The cool thing is that my knowledge also allows me to reach the ladies where sometimes the clinical aspects can't. the Tribe has been awesome here.
Carley Tafoya - Clas of 2014:
Currently, I am in my last semester for my Master of Legal Studies Degree here at ASU. If all goes well I will be finished with it in December. When I complete my degree I am planning on getting some work experience. I am also prepping for the LSAT next year and getting ideas about law schools etc.
Antonia M. Lampros - Class of 2014:
I'm currently working as a paralegal and office manager at a small law firm in downtown Colorado Springs, CO, called Carpenter Law and Mediation, P.C. Right now my goal there is to eventually be trained and mentored to become a mediator.
In this picture: Tara L. Kitcheyan, John Tippeconnic III (AIS Director), Letresia Sullivan, Tyler Walls - Fall 2010
Tara L. Kitcheyan / Fall 2010
Letresia Sullivan / Fall 2010
Tyler Walls / Fall 2010
Semana Thompson / 2007
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