Originally from Mexico City, Monica Trinidad is fluent in English and Spanish and is an advocate for the Latin-Americans and underprivileged communities.
Monica’s work with vulnerable communities began over 30 years ago organizing USAID projects in remote villages of Mexico. After receiving her undergraduate degree, Monica worked for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals performing clinical education and volunteered for Latin-American legal advocates through MALDEF. Currently she works with organizations in Washington D.C. supporting vulnerable groups across the metropolitan region on topics including transportation, language skills, healthcare and legal defense.
Monica holds a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and is currently pursuing a Masters in Linguistics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM.