My dream is 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. 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 working as a clerk and attending school on the weekends, I finished my master’s program in December of 2018. My dream is to one day become a judge and see justice brought for victims of trafficking and other crimes.
Madai no longer needs financial support from Reintegra but remains in our family. We were honored to help Madai gain independence as she both studied as an undergrad and gained her Masters in Law. As with all education expenses, if (or rather when), Madai pursues a Doctorate we will be there to help her with these expenses. We also are also a support for Madai in encouragement or ever she faces a crisis financially or otherwise just as a family would be.