Marisabel works as an analyst focuses on banking, homeownership, and retirement policies affecting Latino families, as well as immigrant access to financial services. Marisabel produces policy documents to demonstrate the effects of social programs on the Latino community; she also communicates UnidosUS’s position and recommended policy changes to Congress, UnidosUS Affiliates, and other interested stakeholders. Ms. Torres’s career at UnidosUS began as a policy generalist in the department of Legislative, Congressional, and Political Affairs, before being an analyst in the Economic and Employment Policy Project. Her work includes analyses of federal investments in Latino-serving programs, the Latino electorate, and barriers to federal retirement programs for low-income Latino workers. Before joining UnidosUS, she worked as a Government Affairs Associate for the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association, an international trade association in Fairfax, Virginia, representing the screen and digital printing industries.