Adrianna Torres-Garcia, MSW has an extensive background in social and scientific research, as well as experience in policy and advocacy in nonprofit organizations.
Program Coordinator, Free Migration Project
Adrianna Torres-Garcia, MSW obtained a Master of Arts in Social Work, Concentration on Social Administration, from The University of Chicago in 2018, and a Baccalaureate of Arts in Psychology from Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras in 2012. Originally from Puerto Rico, she has an extensive background in social and scientific research, as well as experience in policy and advocacy in nonprofit organizations. She began her involvement in the field of immigration as a Child Advocate for the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights in Chicago; and as a volunteer for The University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration’s End Family Detention Project and the Dilley Pro Bono Project at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas. She is interested in the intersections of policy advocacy, law, research, and community organizing as a tool for the empowerment of the immigrant community.