Camila Feltrin, 24, a 2020 graduate of Dartmouth College, is operations manager of RAM Legal Services, a San Francisco law firm specializing in immigration, where she manages its paralegals and interpreters and organizes filings for asylum cases. Previously she worked at Florida Justice for Our Neighbors, a nonprofit assisting immigrants. When the Coronavirus pandemic disrupted the firm’s in-person operations, she designed and implemented a hybrid model for its clinics on naturalization and temporary protected status. She hosted the virtual event, which safely reached 40 new applicants for temporary protected status over Zoom. “I believe that small actions and efforts from the bottom up can have a great impact,” she said. The opportunity to obtain a master’s degree at IE University’s School of Global and Public Affairs dovetails with her long-term goal of a position doing “valuable, humanitarian work” at a multilateral body such as the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights or the International Court of Justice. As an Eisenhower Global Scholar she will develop a multi-lingual online platform with links to immigration resources as a toolkit for newly arrived migrants. With an initial focus on the United States and Italy, the site will include country-specific pages illuminating the most common immigration processes. Born in Argentina, Feltrin is fluent in Spanish, English, Italian and Portuguese.