Aramis is a Policy Fellow with the Minnesota Council on Latino Affairs in the areas of health and education. In his role, Aramis tracks, researches, and analyzes policies that affect Latinx communities across the state. Aramis is also a third-year law student at the University of Minnesota Law School, where he's worked with detained and non-detained migrants through the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota and as a summer associate at Fredrikson & Byron. Aramis also looks forward to defending tenants facing eviction through the Housing Law Clinic at the school. Raised in Kansas City but born in Puerto Rico to Puerto Rican and Dominican parents, Aramis witnessed the hurdles millions of migrant families face to survive in America. Before law school, Aramis worked with the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) in San Antonio to advocate alongside detained migrant families to secure their release from ICE prisons. Aramis earned his B.A. from Macalester College in Geography and Political Science. In his free time, Aramis likes to read, play with his cats, and is in search of the best burger in town.