Through her work Griselda has extensive public education and outreach work as a core part of her legal career.  Having done over a hundred trainings, speaking engagements and presentations covering topics such as employment rights, constitutional rights, voting rights, and signs of human trafficking to name a few.  Most recently, she was a panelist on Voting Rights Under Attack Physically and Politically: Preparing to Win the Voting Rights Fight in 2024 at the 2023 Annual Rainbow Push Convention; and in May 2023 organized and moderated, Litigation Strategies on the shift from Federalism to State Rights at the American Bar Association Litigation Section Annual Conference.


She has also extensively written or edited a number of publications over the years, some highlights:

  • Global Collaboration Against Human Trafficking Report: Fourteen Essential Principals in Working with Human Trafficking Victims, Safe Horizon Anti-Trafficking Program, Editor, 2018,
  • How workers are trafficked into the U.S. -- the ugly truth, by Griselda Vega and Shandra Woworuntu, special to CNN, July 22, 2015,
  • Maquiladora’s Lost Women: The Killing Fields of Mexico – Are NAFTA and NAALC providing the Needed Protection?, Student Note in University of Iowa College of Law Journal of Gender Race & Justice, Fall 2000, Vol. 4, No. 1, October 1, 2000.