Maribel A. Pizá is a graduate from Loyola University New Orleans where she obtained a JD/MBA in 2002. Upon her graduation from Law School she began practicing law as an Assistant District Attorney in Orleans Parish, in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. In the fall of 2004 she became a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Sonja J. Spears within the Civil District Court of New Orleans. However, in August of 2005 Ms. Pizá was forced to relocate as a result of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Upon her arrival in South Florida, Ms. Pizá felt compelled to focus her energies where she could help her community the most. Ms. Pizá had studied Spanish, French and Portuguese as a university student. She quickly noticed the need for competent legal counsel particularly in one’s own language in the Immigration arena. Ms. Pizá began practicing in the area of Immigration Law providing legal counsel to those facing deportation in the local jails including Krome Processing Center, Broward Transitional Center, Glades County Detention Center and Monroe County Detention Center.
In April 2009, Ms. Pizá became a TV Host/Spokesperson on a local TV channel, HOLA TV, in West Palm Beach. For three years she had a live 7-minute TV segment on the topic of Immigration Law for a variety morning show maintaining viewers informed with the latest developments and issues. In addition, she was also the presenter of breaking Immigration News and Issues on the 12 O’clock Afternoon News Broadcast.
In February 2010, Ms. Pizá began her own 30 minute live radio program “Encontrando una Luz en su Caso” on 1190AM (La 1190Q) and in May 2010 on 1380AM and 96.9FM Radio Fiesta, all three are local radio stations in West Palm Beach. Today, Ms. Pizá continues her Friday morning radio program on 1380AM Radio Fiesta from 11:00-11:30am which is also heard on 96.9FM and on the internet at www.radiofiesta.com.
In November 2012, Ms. Pizá, became the owner and publisher of ”El Emigrante News” monthly magazine, with 10,000 copies distributed in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade County. El Emigrante News brings a variety of articles from Health to Sports to Literary Reviews and of course one article which she includes on the topic of immigration. In addition, each month highlights a different country with interesting tidbits and facts. The magazine can also be read online at www.emigrantenews.com.
She is also an adjunct professor in the Ana G. Mendez University System where she teaches within the Master’s Degree program for Criminal Justice.
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