Voting Rights Project Fellow
Victoria Venzor is a rising 4th year at UCLA majoring in Political Science and double minoring in Public Affairs and Chicanx Studies. She was born and raised in Boyle Heights, California, and uses her passion for social justice reform to work and help marginalized communities. She currently is a Law Fellow for the Legal Education Access Pipeline, a nonprofit program that aims to prepare students from marginalized communities for law school, and a Peer Learning Facilitator at UCLA’s Academic Advancement Program. Formerly, she conducted research focused on hard-to-count-populations for the 2020 census under the supervision of Natalie Masuoka, Associate Professor of Political Science and Asian American Studies.