Angelika graduated from San Diego State University on the dean’s list with a degree in International Security and Conflict
Resolution and a minor in Political Science. After graduating, she spent a summer living in Matoso, Kenya where she worked with orphaned children. During law school, Angelika was an active member of the Public Interest Law Foundation ﴾PILF﴿ serving as the President in her final year. As the PILF President, Angelika organized community outreach events and a fundraiser to support student grants. Angelika represented victims of domestic violence, asylum seekers, and foster children as a student intern. She received the Alec L. Cory Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service for her contribution to underserved communities in San Diego. Currently, she volunteers for Casa Cornelia Law Center helping victims of domestic violence navigate the immigration process.
Angelika brings her sensitivity and care for people to her work with fire victims. Angelika was admitted to practice law in California in December 2015. She is a member of the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, Lawyers Club of San Diego, and the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
In her free time, Angelika enjoys hanging out at the beach with her dog, attending political events, dancing, and camping.