Elena Hodges

Yale University ’17, NYU Law ’22. Elena grew up in rural Montana, on occupied Niitsítapi and Salish Kootenai land. Elena is an immigration attorney at Pangea Legal Services. During law school, she was a Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar, a student advocate in the Immigrant Rights Clinic, an Ella Baker intern with the Center for Constitutional Rights, and a co-organizer of the Database for Police Abolition, a project to document and support abolitionist organizing around the U.S.