Spanish is my first language, and I speak, read, and write both Spanish and English fluently. In the past, I’ve volunteered translation services to Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, a charitable organization that has provided a home for thousands of orphans and abandoned children since 1954; and The Heartland Alliance National Immigrant Justice Center, an organization that provides comprehensive immigration legal services to detained and non-detained immigrants. I find immense joy in translating, and am deeply committed to helping people communicate despite language differences. As an undergraduate student, I designed a blog for my Senior Project. In that project, I focused on analyzing literary works to explore how the female identity changes during immigration. You can visit that blog by clicking here.