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- B.S. in Social Welfare from Stoneybrook University, Long Island, New York
- President of LASO (Latin American Student Organization) at Stoneybrook University
Born in Mexico, Karina came to the United States at age 10 with her family to start her life in Westchester, New York.
Growing up, Karina always enjoyed engaging within her community and volunteering at her local homeless shelters. When it came time for her to attend college, she took her passion for helping others and attended Stoneybrook University in Long Island, NY with a study focus in Social Work. Karina felt going into the Social Work field would allow her to help others and make a positive impact within her communities.
While attending Stoneybrook University, Karina was actively involved in their LASO (Latin American Student Organization), where she helped raise awareness for the Latin community and volunteered her time doing activities for children in the community.
Once graduated, Karina moved to Massachusetts and stepped into the role of a Social Worker. She enjoyed this position for a few years and gained experience connecting and building relationships with clients. She then decided she wanted to take her client experiences and use them in a different career field.
She began her law journey working for a personal injury firm where she had the opportunity to work with the Latin community. She joined Diller Law shortly after as she wanted to expand her opportunities to help clients who are dealing with an array of injuries.
She enjoys assisting our attorneys to help clients understand the situations they are in, and resolve their cases in the best way possible.
Karina’s motivation for her work is her passion to use her law degree to help her community. She hopes to set an example for the women in Latina communities that it is possible to achieve any career goal and make a difference in the world.