Rena E. Cutlip-Mason

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Rena E. Cutlip-Mason

"Ms. Cutlip-Mason started at the Tahirih Justice Center as a Staff Attorney in 2004, advancing to Managing Immigration Attorney in 2006 and Director of Legal Services in 2007. Prior to joining Tahirih, Ms. Cutlip-Mason was the Immigration Program Director at La Esperanza Community Center in Georgetown, DE. The Immigration Program at La Esperanza helps its surrounding community with filing paperwork with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, community outreach, and work for systemic change in immigration law. Previously, Ms. Cutlip-Mason was an attorney with Farmworker Legal Services (FLS), a division of Legal Services of South Central Michigan. Through her work at FLS, Ms. Cutlip-Mason represented farmworkers in matters concerning immigration, labor, public benefits and housing law. As a law student, Ms. Cutlip-Mason interned at two small immigration law firms in Boston specializing in business immigration and removal defense. However, Ms. Cutlip-Mason’s interest in immigration law stems from her experience as an Americorp volunteer with Catholic Charities, Immigration Counseling Services in Dallas, TX. Ms. Cutlip-Mason holds her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Spanish from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA and her Juris Doctor from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. She has lived in both the Dominican Republic and Chile and is fluent in Spanish." [1]

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  1. About TJC, accessed May 18, 2009.