Victoria st. jean, Executive Director

Victoria St. Jean is a DOJ accredited representative and a Brandeis University senior from Hudson, New Hampshire majoring in Politics and Business. In addition to her role as Executive Director of TRII, She works at the Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy, and she previously worked for the ACLU of New Hampshire.


Douglas smith, program director

Professor Douglass Smith is a Joshua A. Guberman Teaching Fellow and Lecturer in Legal Studies at Brandeis University. He has experience in legal clinic work and immigration law. Professor Smith has spent nearly 30 years in the legal field.


Jonathan goldman, relations director

Jonathan Goldman is a DOJ accredited representative and a Brandeis University senior from Northampton, Massachusetts. He was born in Levring, Denmark before moving to Freeland, Maryland. His mother is Danish and his father is American. Jonathan is double-majoring in Politics and and triple-minoring in Economics, Legal Studies, and Social Justice Social Policy. He has worked in the legal field doing public defense work and education and municipal law. In addition, he has experience writing business proposals, grants, budgets, and he has previously worked in the not-for-profit sector.


Alejandro Bracamontes, Case Manager

Alejandro Bracamontes is a Brandeis third-year from Los Angeles, California. He is double-majoring in Politics and International and Global Studies, and minoring in Legal Studies and Journalism. He is a first-generation Mexican American, and has worked with human rights advocacy organizations in the Netherlands, Mexico, and the United States. Alejandro is also a former president of the Brandeis Student Association for TRII, Board member of The Right to Immigration Institute, and a graduate of TRII's first-ever intensive immigration training program during the fall of 2017 and has been involved with TRII since then. Alejandro was also a program assistant for TRII's JBS course during the summer of 2018 and he has interpreted extensively for TRII.