Tamara Marquez was born in Mexico City and migrated to the United States when she was 13 years old. Tamara is passionate about sharing the obstacles immigrants face day to day and fights to fix the broken immigration system in this country. Tamara attended the University of California Riverside and graduated in 2020 with a degree in Media Culture Studies and a double major in Spanish. Tamara has had experience working with nonprofits and organizations in the Inland Empire. Her aspirations, as the Communications Coordinator, are to support people who are detained or being released from immigrant detention centers by sharing their testimonies in order to abolish detention centers and free all immigrants. In addition, to work alongside organizations in the Inland Empire and statewide to shut down all detention centers and bring justice to all immigrants that have been detained and abused by institutions in this country. Tamara is working towards uplifting their stories through the different media platforms in order to change the narrative towards the immigrant communities.