Monica Romo, LCSW, Senior Program Coordinator
“I am most excited about this position because it will allow me to promote the rights and humanity of immigrant children and families while challenging injustice and creating systems that address some of the many unmet needs of immigrant populations.”
Monica Romo, LCSW, is a graduate of Our Lady of the Lake University, where she earned her Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Social Work. Monica is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience working with immigrants in various settings. Monica has extensive experience working with unaccompanied minors as a therapist providing trauma-responsive mental health services for detained unaccompanied pregnant and parenting girls, as a child advocate supervisor at the Young Center for Immigrant Children Rights, and as a clinical supervisor for Enhanced Post Release Services. Additionally, Monica has provided mental health services to underserved children and adults as a therapist in both in-patient and out-patient settings.