Leta is an immigration attorney based in Mt. Vernon, WA where she represents clients in a broad range of immigration matters. She frequently represents immigrant survivors of gender violence and has been deeply impacted by the hardship facing many immigrant women and children. Before becoming an attorney, Leta volunteered at a non-profit organization in Nicaragua, attended the International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, and worked on cases at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San Jose, Costa Rica. Leta is fluent in Spanish and is an active member of her community, frequently volunteering at legal clinics, engaging in advocacy and outreach efforts and providing pro bono services to those in need. Leta lives in Bellingham with her husband and two daughters.