Stefanie Valencia was born and raised in Pasco, Washington and graduated from Pasco High School. She was raised by her parents, who both immigrated from Zacatecas, Mexico, to be grateful for any opportunity that presents itself and work hard to achieve her goals. Her family background gave her the drive to become an advocate for immigrants and other vulnerable populations starting from a young age.
Stefanie continues to help others by presenting to students and parents at various local public schools about pursuing higher education and by serving as a Board Member of the Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
|Associate Attorney||Morfin Law Firm||2019 - Present|
|Attorney||Gravis Law, PLLC||2017 - 2019|
|Law Clerk||Avelar Immigration Law, PLLC||2016 - 2016|
|Intern||Northwest Immigration Rights Project||2014 - 2014|
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|Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce||Board Member||2018 - Present|
|Hispanic/Latino Law Students' Association||Community Service Director, Member||2014 - 2015|
|Forensic Science International - Co-authored by Carlos G. Fraga, Jon H. Wahl, Stefanie P. Núñez||Profiling of Volatile Impurities in TETS for Synthetic-route Determination||2011|
|Seattle University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2016|
|University of Washington||BA||2012|
|Annual Conference for Bilingual Parents||Parents Matter! How to Support Your Student Through High School and College||2019|
|Tri-Cities Youth and Justice Forum||Using Your Voice For Change||2018|
|HPAC Conference||Higher Education||2018|