As an equal justice fellow with the Louisiana-based Resilience Force, Fernanda Herrera Spieler is battling climate disasters, racial injustice, and economic inequity. Resilience Force represents the growing number of immigrant workers who follow climate disasters around the country to rebuild devastated communities. Fernanda spends her time helping migrant workers navigate the difficult legal system. One such case she recalls is helping a client secure a protective order against his violent employer. Fernanda earned her bachelor’s degree in international law from Samford University and a juris doctorate from the Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She plans to work as a full-time immigration attorney when her fellowship ends.