YALE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE 2017: PANELISTS
The New Era of African Education
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The Afropolitan and Pop Culture
WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT
Trumping U.S. Borders: Navigating Immigration in the 21st Century
Jonelle-Tetteh Ocloo is a graduate of Yale Law School. Ocloo, the founder of The Law Offices of Jonelle Ocloo, LLC (LOJO), is an experienced attorney who concentrates her practice in all areas of immigration law. She is a member of the Maryland State Bar and the District of Columbia Bar, and Chair of the Immigration Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association.She also serves as Advocates International's Liaison to Africa and to the African Christian Lawyer Network that links over 10,000 lawyers throughout the continent.
In 2014, at events in 23 states and the District of Columbia, thousands of immigrants were served by the volunteers that Ms. Ocloo helped to train. Today, in the fight against Trump’s Executive Order, Ocloo’s work stands for immigrants everywhere seeking to find a home.