Camacho Mendoza has a background in insurance defense including worker’s compensation defense, business law and legal counsel to non-profits, and experience in management, business operations and as a consultant focused on communicating and interacting with communities of color, ethnic origin, culture, religion, and socio-economic status.
Camacho Mendoza has served on several boards, commissions and task forces addressing Indian law, criminal justice, access to health care, poverty reduction, higher education, farmworker justice, and immigration. She manages her own law firm and serves as the director of the Boise’s Office of Police Oversight.
Montana & Idaho CDC is a non-profit organization that provides financing and consulting to small business owners, affordable housing solutions, and financing for not-for-profit facilities.
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