Tanya directs the state and local policy work at the National Immigration Law Center (NILC). As a Senior Attorney, she has worked for almost 20 years to improve access to health care, education and other critical services for low-income immigrants. She writes articles and analyses, engages in administrative and legislative advocacy, co-counsels litigation, and offers technical assistance and training to legal and social service providers, government agencies, legislative staff, universities, and community-based organizations. Prior to joining NILC, she worked as a policy analyst for the Northern California Coalition for Immigrant Rights and as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Alameda County in Oakland. Ms. Broder is a graduate of Yale Law School.
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