Nazareth is a native of Nicaragua and completed her undergraduate studies at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, where she earned a degree in Sociology and Anthropology, Latin American Studies, and Spanish. She also attended Robert Bosch United World College in Freiburg, Germany, and obtained her Bilingual International Baccalaureate Diploma in 2019. During her time at St. Olaf, Nazareth was actively involved in community engagement as the chair of the Latin American Students Organization SOMOS, and as the Student Organization Committee Coordinator for the Student Government.
In the summer of 2022, Nazareth interned for Advocates for Human Rights in the Immigration and Asylum Program. Her work involved assisting asylum seekers and victims of human trafficking from over 50 countries. This experience deepened her desire to pursue a career in immigration law, as her background and passion for social justice and human rights, drive her commitment to supporting immigrant communities.
As an international student, Nazareth experienced migration which is not an easy process regardless of the circumstances, and not a choice but a necessity for many. She brings compassion and understanding to each case and client for they are unique. As part of Wilson Law Group, Nazareth’s goal is to provide companionship and empathy to make the immigration journey as smooth as possible for each individual. This aligns with her life’s purpose.