Isabel strives to leave the world a better place than how she found it, a lesson her parents taught her.
In law school, Isabel fought for the wrongfully convicted through her work at the Innocence Project. In this role, she helped people with serious, time-sensitive, and life-changing matters. As part of Isabel’s work, she was able to get a client released and found innocent.
Isabel described her experience like this:
“Every client, and every case, was unique and posed its own challenges and peaks, but they all showed me that I value connecting with clients and providing them with thorough, comprehensive assistance that hopefully improves the legal landscape for everyone. Even more, they taught me that I love a fight, and that I especially like fighting for the underdog, because it makes every victory that much more meaningful.”
In her spare time, Isabel loves cooking, gardening, reading, and doing the New York Times crossword puzzles. Isabel is honoring her grandmother by making each of the recipes in her grandmother’s favorite cookbook.