AIMEE TORRES PACHECO '20

Learn More About: Aimee Torres Pacheco '20

Born and raised in Georgia, Aimee Pacheco is the proud daughter of immigrants from Mexico and Guatemala and is also Maya K'iche'. As a first-generation student, she graduated from Dartmouth College in 2020 with a B.A. in Geography and Spanish modified with Latinx, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies. After graduating, Aimee gained experience in community organizing with the Immigrant Alliance for Justice and Equity of Mississippi. She then became the Founding Advocacy and Communications Fellow for Sur Legal Collaborative and oversaw Sur's communications while supported their legal work. Aimee is now a first-year student at Columbia Law School and hopes to specialize in immigration, criminal, and labor law so that she can represent immigrants and workers in the rural South.

Breaking the Mold is co-sponsored by the Center for Professional Development, the Tuck Center for Business, Government, & Society, the Rockerfeller Center for Public Policy and Social Sciences, and the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding.