A known political figure to American politics, Jessica Cisneros is an American politician and attorney who ran for election to the US House to represent Texas 28th Congressional District. But, she lost her election on 3rd March 2020.
The former Valedictorian, Cisneros is an immigration attorney with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid in Laredo. Moreover, she has also plated as Mithoff Pro Bono Scholar in Immigration Clinic and the Criminal Defense Clinic.
|Height||5 feet 3 inches (1.63m)|
|Weight||62 Kgs (134 lbs)|
This fight was an opportunity to prove that a brown girl from the border with a whole community behind her could take on the machine and bring hope to South Texans.
— Jessica Cisneros (@JCisnerosTX) March 4, 2020
10 Facts About Jessica Cisneros
- As of now, Jessica Cisneros is 26 years of age as she was born in the year 1993. But, we’re unknown when she celebrates her birthday.
- Hailing from Laredo, Texas, Jessica Cisneros belongs to an American nationality. Her ethnicity is Latin.
- Regarding her educational background, she received an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas. Later, she received a graduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law.
- According to salaries.texastribune.org, Jessica Cisneros has a salary of $49,292 but her net worth is yet to get disclosed. However, net worth will be uploaded once it’s available.
- Presently, Jessica Cisneros is active on Instagram. She has more than 9.3k followers and 161 posts under the username @jcinerostx_.
- Also, she is also available on Twitter with a verified account. As of now, she has 67.3k followers and 810 followings.
- Moving toward her body attributes, her height is 5 feet 3 inches (1.63m) and her weight is around 62 Kgs (134 lbs).
- As for her family details, her father’s name is unknown but he owns a truck business. Also, her mother’s name is unavailable.
- Talking about her marital status, we’re known that she is unmarried to date. However, she has a dating life with her boyfriend.
- Apart from her political career, previously, she also worked with UT faculty to form the Women in Immigration Detention Assistance Project during her college days.