Carmen Navarro – Administrative Assistant
Carmen has previously worked as a bilingual research intern in international organizations located in Washington, D.C. such as the Organization of American States “Environmental Department” and the Embassy of Peru “Political Section.” In 2016, Carmen received her Master of Arts in Sociology from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and has earned two Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology (honors) and Spanish from San Jose State University in California. During her sociology studies, Carmen has researched the populations of different demographic groups particularly of Spanish-speaking immigrants living in the United States. In 2015, Carmen won the “Irene B. Taeuber Graduate Student Paper Award” by the District of Columbia Sociological Society DCSS for her paper on “Displacement, Stigma, and Deforestation: The Environmental Destruction of the Rainforest through Development, Progress, and Modernity upon the Brazilian Amazon through Standpoint theory.” As a bilingual and bicultural employee, Carmen enjoys learning about the clients that are referred to the Klug Law Office due to their cultural diversity coming from all over the world. Moreover, Carmen is aspiring to become an Enrolled Agent and Paralegal for the Klug Law Office PLLC.