Rafael Moreno joined Gian-Grasso, Tomczak, and Hufe as a paralegal in 2017. Rafael is from Silver Spring, Maryland and graduated Cum Laude from Haverford College where he studied Political Science, Spanish, and Iberian studies.
While attending Haverford, Rafael participated in an exchange program where he studied at La Universidad de Habana in Havana, Cuba. Rafael is a recipient of the Stephen H. Miller Memorial Award for being a student in political science who best exemplifies the ideal of political involvement and social service. He was also awarded the Ira Reid Scholarship for Academic Achievement.
Rafael was one of two students chosen to accompany Professor Anita Isaacs in researching political corruption in Guatemala and immigration from the Guatemalan High Lands. Rafael interviewed the Commissioner of the United Nation’s International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala, Ivan Velazquez, the ex-president of Guatemala, Otto Perez Molina, as well as various other non-governmental organizations and community leaders.
Rafael spent the summer of 2014 at the Casa de Los Amigos A.C., a non-profit that works with migrants and refugees, in Mexico City.
Rafael is of Colombian and Spanish descent and is fluent in Spanish. His experiences have made him passionate about and dedicated to immigration issues.