Jeanine Tizon is a paralegal holding an A.A. in Paralegal Studies from Pasadena City College and a B.A. in History from California State University, Long Beach. As a first-generation Mexican American, Jeanine Tizon is deeply committed to making a positive impact in her community.
With a passion for legal empowerment, Jeanine Tizon aspires to address community legal needs directly through volunteer work. Ms. Tizon volunteered at the Jackie Robinson Center in Pasadena, CA, a nonprofit institution dedicated to providing free or low-cost legal support services. Rooted in her heritage, she maintains resolute ties to her culture and actively engages in donation efforts for local neighborhoods and communities across the border in Tijuana. Ms. Tizon’s compassionate inclinations also encompass animal welfare and is known for her efforts in picking up stray animals, rehabilitating them, and finding them homes.
An avid reader and traveler. Jeanine draws inspiration from a diverse range of cultures and experiences. She aspires to elevate her career substantially, aiming to contribute to a sector that directly and positively influences the realm of human rights.