Beatrize Martinez is a 3L at Oklahoma City University School of Law. In 2015, she graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Criminology. She is a executive member of Foster Care Alumni of America – Oklahoma Chapter where she works with other foster care alumni on issues foster youth face. Her passions include finding innovative ways to support the Oklahoma Innocence Project through her presidential capacity of the student organization F.I.T.E. Club (Fighting for Innocence Through Exoneration) and a future in reforming the ways we finance justice. After law school, she plans to apply to become a Marine Corps JAG Officer.
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