Amanda Doroshow

Amanda was a senior program associate with the Unaccompanied Children Program (UCP), a national initiative to increase access to legal information and representation for unaccompanied children facing removal from the United States.

Prior to joining Vera, Amanda was an immigration attorney at Her Justice, where she trained and mentored pro bono attorneys and represented survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking pursuing immigration relief. Amanda started her career in the immigration field as an attorney at Empire Justice Center, where she represented residents in New York’s lower Hudson Valley pursuing both affirmative and defensive immigration relief. Amanda also volunteered with the Dilley Pro Bono Project on the Texas/Mexico border, assisting women and children seeking asylum.

Amanda holds a BA from the University of Delaware and a JD from the City University of New York School of Law. She is admitted to the New York bar.