A recent transplant from New York City to the Rio Grande Valley, Danielle Salgado comes to the Young Center with over a decade of immigration law experience. After graduating from Fordham University School of Law in 2004, Danielle began her legal career working with farm workers in Upstate New York before moving back to the New York City area to work with immigrant victims of domestic violence. She then provided comprehensive immigration services to the primarily Latino population in Westchester County. Next Danielle worked as the supervising attorney for the immigration and domestic violence units at Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NMIC), a community based organization in the upper Manhattan neighborhoods of Washington Heights and Inwood. Most recently, Danielle was the Managing Attorney for the Civil Legal Services Department at STEPS to End Family Violence (STEPS), a program of Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families, a community based organization in East Harlem.