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Immigration has played an important role in Ms. Interiano’s life as her parents and family all emigrated from
Central America. She has seen the barriers immigrants face when trying to integrate into society. She
understands the hardships that are encountered when being in a foreign country and feels that everyone
deserves an equal chance in achieving their dreams despite their sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, or legal
Ms. Interiano wants to pursue even higher education by attending Law school in the near future. She will take
the knowledge she has learned from Azucena Valencia Law Corporation and apply it to her future endeavors in
hopes of continuing her passion of being involved in Immigration Law.
Kelsey Interiano is a Jr. Legal Assistant for Azucena Valencia Law Corporation.
Ms. Interiano was raised in the Southern California area and has lived there her
entire life. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and minor in Applied
Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2017.
Ms. Interiano has been exposed to many cultures and acknowledges the
importance of cultural diversity as she had the opportunity to study abroad in
Madrid, Spain in the Fall of 2017. During this time she visited six foreign
countries and interacted with people from different ethnic backgrounds. While
studying abroad she volunteered at a Non-profit Organization called ASILIM
(Asociación para la Integración Lingüística en Madrid).