Yolanda Rondon is a Senior Civil Rights Attorney with the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, where she works on high impact legal cases and leads ADC’s legislative policy platform on surveillance, racial and religious profiling, employment discrimination, freedom of speech, and immigration. She is also a Steering Board Member of the Fourth Amendment Congressional Caucus and serves on the Executive Board for Law for Black Lives – Washington DC. Ms. Rondon is studying at Georgetown University Law Center in the National Security LLM program, and earned her Juris Doctorate from Case Western Reserve University – Franklin Thomas Backus School of Law.