Cindy Jaramillo, born and raised in Los Angeles, graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in 2005 and continued her education at the University of California Berkeley. At UC Berkeley she joined the RAZA Recruitment and Retention Center, promoting post-secondary education for at risk youth, and Hermanas Unidas de UC Berkeley, that provided opportunities and resources for predominantly Chicanx/Latinx college students and alumni. In 2009, Cindy graduated cum laude from UC Berkeley with a major in Sociology and a minor in Chicano Studies.
Cindy’s legal career began in 2006, when she joined a general liability defense firm in Long Beach, CA, as a legal assistant. In 2009, Cindy became a law clerk for a firm in Torrance, CA that handled serious injury and wrongful death cases. In 2015, she joined Carter Wolden Curtis, LLP as a case manager. At CWC, Cindy manages pre-litigation clients, Spanish speaking clients and serves as a liaison between the clients, attorneys, insurance carriers and medical providers to facilitate positive resolutions for our clients.
In her spare time, Cindy likes to travel and spend time with her husband and three kids. Additionally, she is on the Board of Directors for Albie Aware, a breast cancer foundation, where she is a liaison for Spanish speaking clients and helps facilitate breast health classes.