Haley Sosa graduated from Fort Hays State University with a B.A. in Criminal Justice Studies and a Minor in Political Science, emphasizing in Pre-Law. Throughout her time there, she worked as a student worker for the Communications Studies Department on campus. She held that position for four years, while also earning recognition on the Dean’s Honor Roll.
Haley was a member of many different groups including the National Honor Society of Political Science, Pi Sigma Alpha, a fundraising group for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Stripes for Hope, and Fort Hays State’s College Republican chapter. It was in the College Republican group that she found her passion for promoting the democratic process. Haley worked to build the organization to include over forty members at the time of graduation. Through this organization, she was provided the platform to educate and involve her peers in the democratic process. This solidified her desire to go to law school and promote others to learn about and participate in this system.
During her first year of law school, Haley joined organizations that included the Federal Bar Association and the OCU Law 2nd Amendment Shooting Club. She also served as a volunteer for the Fighting for Innocence Through Exonerations and served as the Treasurer for Merit Scholars. Haley plans on going back to Kansas to intern this summer.