Rotceh Vazquez-Guzman joined Orlando Center for Justice in 2020 and is currently our Office Manager. Rotceh grew up in Tijuana, Mexico and moved to Colorado when she was 6 years old. She attended Boston University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Deaf Studies. During her time at Boston University she was involved in the Admissions Student Diversity Board to increase enrollment of minorities in higher education and support their college application process. Additionally, she served as an immigration intern at U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Boston office. After graduating magna cum laude, Rotceh moved to Florida and worked in entertainment at Walt Disney World until joining OCJ. Rotceh hopes to combine her interests in American Sign Language and immigration law to continue to advocate for minority communities in the legal field. During her free time Rotceh enjoys playing the piano and guitar, crafting, or going for a run.