Meet Our Team
Erika Diaz has been part of the Villacorta Law team since April of 2019. She is a bilingual receptionist fluent in English and Spanish, with over five years of customer service experience. Erika was born in Mexico and raised in Arizona. As a DACA recipient, Erika understands the value and need for quality legal work and attention to detail. While not at the office, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her two amazing boys, Jason and Emmanuel.
Nallely became a part of the Villacorta Law team in October of 2017. She studied economics and finance at Central Washington University but found her true passion while being a receptionist here at our office. She is now one of our bilingual paralegals that is dedicated to helping change the lives of people. She spends most of her free time with her family, her friends, and with her Belgian Malinois, Sammy.
Julia joined the Villacorta Law team in August 2017. She grew up in California in a multicultural community, and moved to Washington 7 years ago to study Psychology and Hispanic Studies at the University of Puget Sound. She has a passion for justice and helping overlooked communities, leading her to such ventures as volunteering in a Peruvian orphanage, working in a pilot program for young juvenile offenders at a Residential Reentry Center, and finally to Villacorta Law. When not at the office, Julia enjoys playing soccer and fostering dogs for the local shelter.
Karen Ramirez has been part of the Villacorta Law team since April 2016. Karen is bilingual in Spanish and English. She holds an American Bar Association approved Paralegal certificate. She is a University of Washington graduate, holding a BA in Spanish Language and Cultures and a minor in politics. In the future she hopes to become an attorney, to further aid her community. Born in Mexico and as a DACA recipient, she is passionate about immigration law as she first-hand knows the struggles immigrants face. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her two daughters, hiking, traveling, and making new memories.
Noemi Alfaro, our newest member of the team will soon be graduating with her BA in Spanish Language and Cultures and minor in Teaching, Learning, and Justice. She is the daughter of immigrant parents who came to the United States with the Bracero Program and as such has always been passionate about helping others reach their own American dream. As a mother, she also appreciates the importance of family and strives to do her part in keeping loved ones together.