Davis Brown immigration attorney Nikki Mordini recently presented a session for Drake University's RaySociety series, “Perspectives on Race: The Immigrant Experience - Establishing a New Life in Iowa’s Capital City”. The series, which began on Sept. 11, featured four sessions including Nikki's Oct. 2 session.
Nikki's presentation focused on the efforts of both the St. George Greek Orthodox Church and the Davis Brown Law Firm to get greencards for Eritrean refugees in Des Moines.
Drake University’s RaySociety offers informative and thought-provoking classes for lifelong learners. Membership in the RaySociety is available to people of all ages and backgrounds for $50. Classes cost an average of $30 with access to additional free events. The society takes its name from two distinguished Drake alumni: Robert Ray, who also served as the University’s president, and Billie Ray, former teacher and first lady of Iowa. The society’s motto is ‘expand your mind, extend your network.’