Victoria Gomez Takes On The Supreme Court

Graduated members of Pi Sigma Alpha never fail to impress with the opportunities that come their way! Victoria Gomez, a graduate from California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) in the class of 2015, first chose to study history. However, after frequent trips to Mexico, she got what she calls “the political science bug” which led her to analyze the political differences between the United States and other nations. Shortly after, she changed her major to political science, and later on added a minor in international politics. The nicely paired major-minor studies made her feel unprepared for post-grad life, so Victoria added a major in public administrations to further strengthen her knowledge about the structure of the government. On top of being an active member of Pi Sigma Alpha, she involved herself with the Associated Students, Incorporated Board of Directors and Lobby Corps, one of six societies and organizations she involved herself in during her time at CSUF. 


In her final year as an undergraduate, Victoria did a joint internship with the National CourtesyofFacebook_stdHispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) and the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA). The end of it all was bitter sweet, for she had completed her undergraduate studies and her internships. Though this was only the beginning. Following her graduation in 2015, Victoria was hired by the U.S. Supreme Court (Washington, D.C.) as a Marshal’s Aide, where she worked first-hand on various assignments such as assisting the justices during court sessions. Her involvement with the Supreme Court of the U.S. expanded further, for she has accepted the position of an Aide to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. 


Victoria’s achievements and escalating involvement with the Supreme Court of the U.S. at such a fast pace demonstrates that any PSA member can achieve anything they’re passionate about.


Pi Sigma Alpha is proud to call her a member of our honor society!