Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Angelica Rosso comes from a large family. She learned both Spanish and English, growing up near a border town.
After graduating high school, she enrolled at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). An exciting opportunity later allowed her to relocate to Atlanta, GA, where she continued her education at Georgia Perimeter College.
She earned her Associates in Foreign Languages there and continued on to earn her Bachelor’s in Applied Behavioral Science from National Louis University. She went on to work in the education field for 10 years, serving as an interpreter and school liaison between the school and the Spanish speaking communities.
In 2012, Angelica reached a crossroads in her career and she chose to enroll in the Paralegal Program at Emory University, which opened new doors for opportunities to work in the legal environment.
Angelia enjoys being with her family and friends in her spare time. She also enjoys reading, cooking, baking, and visiting family back home in Texas.