Fabiola Carrión is a Senior Attorney in the National Health Law Program’s Los Angeles offices.
Before joining the National Health Law Program, Fabiola was an Advocacy Program Officer at Planned Parenthood Global, where she designed, developed, and oversaw projects on sexual and reproductive rights in Latin America. She previously served as the Director of Government Relations at Planned Parenthood of New York City and as a Policy Advisor for a network of progressive state legislators and state-based advocates from across the United States. In these roles, she provided technical assistance in the form of legal analysis, legislative tracking, and campaign strategies.
Fabiola began her legal career as a law clerk for Judge Joseph Maltese in New York’s Supreme Court and worked for various national and international human rights organizations before and during law school. She was selected as a Public Policy Fellow with Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. Fabiola graduated with High Honors from U.C. Berkeley in Latin American Studies and Political Science and has law degrees from American University in Washington, D.C. and La Universidad Alfonso X in Madrid, Spain.
Fabiola is currently the Board Vice-Chair of United for Reproductive and Gender Equity (URGE), a reproductive justice organization based out of Washington, D.C.