Immigration legal assistant Veronica Molina received her Associates in Science in Cardiovascular Technology from HACC in 2004. She is a member of the American Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers. For more than 15 years she dedicated herself to Noninvasive Cardiology practice in various clinical settings here in Lancaster and in her home country of Honduras. In 2017, she completed an Honorary Masters in Cardiovascular Technology from the University of Madrid, Spain along with earning her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the Central American Technological University.
Veronica was born in Honduras and has lived in Lancaster County for twenty-three years. Being an immigrant herself, she knows about the major challenges and battles all immigrants face, not just within the immigration system but also in adapting to a new life in a completely different culture. She felt she wanted to make a difference and be a supportive guidance to the migrant community. In January 2020, she made a change in careers and joined the Chan & Associates team. Veronica enjoys working and connecting with clients from all over the world, including learning about their cultures and helping them navigate the complicated immigration procedures. In her spare time, Veronica is an avid cook, exploring new baking and cooking techniques along with trying recipes and food from all over the world is her favorite past-time. She enjoys reading, music, gardening, watching movies and spending time with her family and friends.
- University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain
- Honorary Masters – 2017
- Concentration: Cardiovascular Technology
- Central American Technological University, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
- B.A. – 2017
- Major: Business Administration
- Harrisburg Area Community College, Lancaster PA
- A.S. – 2004
- Major: Cardiovascular Technology
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- American Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers