Doris has an interdisciplinary social science degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice with certificates in Leadership in Criminal Justice, Advance Crime Analysis, and Criminal Behavior. She has a diverse legal background having worked in assisting several attorneys in several areas of law, but she is particularly passionate about advocating for the rights of Immigrants and Crime Victims.
Her ideology is based on a simple concept that human beings deserve to be treated with dignity and respect at all times. Therefore, she began her victim advocate volunteering career at a young age. She has trained with FBI agents in Human Trafficking as well as with local law enforcement. She is a member of The National Alliance of Victims’ Rights Attorneys & Advocates enabling her to continue legal education. She was honored to be a recipient of the Multnomah Bar Association Scholarship for her LSAT studies in pursuing a law degree. She wants to be a human rights attorney to defend immigrants and their families as well as crime victims.