Gabriella Clinton joined the CXG team in July of 2021. She holds a diverse background in the legal field and serves as the team’s Paralegal. Prior to joining CXG, she worked as a paralegal for an immigration law firm where she specialized in naturalization and family-based cases and assisted the firm’s attorneys in managing and retaining over 1,000 clients. Additionally, she worked at the San Diego Superior Court – Hall of Justice where she assisted self-represented litigants and worked directly with several judges, clerks, and other officers of the court. Ms. Clinton also worked as a legal assistant for a family law firm, among other prior work experiences.
Ms. Clinton graduated from the University of California, San Diego, where she earned a bachelor’s degree, with honors, in Political Science, Psychology, and Human Rights. During her time at UC San Diego, Ms. Clinton served as the Executive Vice President of her sorority, among other leadership positions. She was a member of Justice Corps, the Pi Sigma Alpha Honors Society, as well as the Prospect Journal of International Affairs. During her time at Prospect, she also served as a staff writer, publishing articles which directly incorporated her background in political science and human rights. Finally, Ms. Clinton was a member of the Mexican Migration Field Research Program; a year-long, community-based research and advocacy practicum that focuses on the fields of migration and social justice.
At CXG, Ms. Clinton utilizes her legal knowledge and prior experience by working directly with the team’s executives in providing regulatory guidance and full-service compliance solutions to our clientele.