Kristina Campbell '93 has dedicated her professional life to advancing and protecting the rights of immigrants. She became interested in immigrants' rights after working with farmworkers on a spring break trip. After graduating from St. Mary's College, Kristina attended Notre Dame Law School, earning her J.D. in 2002.
She currently works as a tenured Professor of Law at the Jack & Lovell Olender Director, Immigration and Human Rights Clinic at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), David A. Clarke School of Law. Kristina teaches immigration law and supervises the casework of students enrolled in the Immigration Clinic, which provides much needed legal representation to immigrants. In her free time, Kristina leads her students on study trips to Arizona, Mexico, and Texas to provide legal services to immigrants. She credits the superior education she received at Carondelet for laying the groundwork for her to become a leader in her field.