Marissa Nuncio joined the Garment Worker Center in February 2013. She has been an advocate of worker’s rights for over 12 years, including as a Program Coordinator for Sweatshop Watch from 2000-2003. Sweatshop Watch was a co-founding organization of the Garment Worker Center. Marissa practiced law as a labor and employment attorney for seven years. She earned a Loyola Law School, Post-Graduate Fellowship to work as a staff attorney with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network in 2006. In 2008, she joined Bush Gottlieb Singer López Kohanski Adelstein & Dickinson as an associate, primarily representing car wash workers and a variety of other worker groups and unions. Marissa is an active member of the National Lawyers Guild, where she has recently volunteered on a campaign to end the unjust vehicle impounds of undocumented drivers.