Jeanne is a bilingual attorney and helps spearhead national disaster relief projects to empower the public with legal information and self-help tools, equip public interest advocates with resources to support their work on disaster relief and recovery, mobilize legal volunteers, and build national capacity around disaster legal aid. Before joining Pro Bono Net, Jeanne worked as a legal fellow at the Central Alabama Fair Housing Center and provided free legal representation and employment discrimination litigation on behalf of low-income LGBT individuals in Puerto Rico. She drafted proposals for the Puerto Rico Police Department on police intervention with the LGBT community and founded an award-winning Ms. JD chapter in her school to network over 200 law students and provide them with professional development resources. For three years, she led pro bono workshops around reproductive rights to low-income communities in Puerto Rico.
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