Born in New York City to Caribbean parents, Dana is a first-generation American, a licensed attorney, and passionate about people and cultures. Dana completed an accelerated first-year toward a Juris Doctor degree at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (Yeshiva University) in New York City. Due to relocation, she finished her law degree on a partial scholarship at Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida.
Dana completed her law degree in 23 consecutive months, and was awarded the highest grade in Trial Advocacy. She is certified as a teacher of English language to adults (CELTA/Cambridge University), graduating among the top 10% of graduates world-wide. Dana graduated cum laude from the honors program at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism. She has worked in radio in Boston and New York.
Prior to pursuing law, Dana enjoyed her time in the entertainment field. In 2001, she became the first Black woman to represent Massachusetts at Miss USA®, the nationally televised pageant. In 1999, she won the title of Miss Jamaica U.S.
Dana is a New Jersey licensed attorney (by examination), and a member of the American Bar Association. She is authorized, by law, to practice immigration law in all 50 United States and its territories. Dana is also authorized to appear before the Executive Office for Immigration Review nationwide (Immigration Court), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and United States embassies and consulates worldwide.
She has represented clients hailing from over a dozen nations, including: Antigua; Australia; Bahamas; Bangladesh; Cameroon; D.R. of the Congo; Egypt; Eritrea; Ethiopia; Haiti; Jamaica; Nicaragua; Nigeria; Somalia; U.S. of A.
A dual citizen of the United States and Jamaica, Dana enjoys spending time with family, listening to music, writing and watching documentaries and feature-films.
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