My dream is to earn my masters degree and to one day become a judge seeking justice for victims of human trafficking and other crimes.
As a student, I was enticed by a Romeo pimp, a man who pretended to love me and took me to his hometown where I was forced to become a prostitute. I felt alone and without hope, but the whole time that I was away, my mother was praying for me.
In 2012, I escaped from my trafficker and found my way to Mexico City. Someone helped me to find the authorities and I went to live at Camino a Casa. When I came to the home, I was angry and bitter, but with the help of people like German and Lorena Villar, I began to experience healing.
Through Reintegra, I was able to attend university to pursue a degree in law. In October 2014, German died and then in January of 2015, my mother died. I was afraid that I would not have the support I needed to carry on. However, Reintegra US came alongside me and helped me finish my studies. While a student, I worked with the lawyer of Camino a Casa, helping assist the younger girls in how to prepare their cases. I am now a graduate of the University del Valle de Mexico and currently working as a law clerk for the Supreme Court of Mexico while attending graduate school. I am able to use some of my income to help pay for graduate school while Reintegra helps with the rest. My dream is to one day become a judge and see justice brought for victims of trafficking and other crimes.