Sylvia Cabrera is fluent in Spanish, English, French, Italian and Portuguese. Sylvia currently heads the Spanish department of Herrmann Law Group and is working hand-in-hand with the Latino community, leading our effort to better serve the largest and fastest growing minority in Washington State
Sylvia was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico. She received her J.D. from the Iberoamericana University in Mexico City. Later, she earned a Master of Arts in Diplomatic Studies from the Diplomatic Mexican Academy; a Global Master of Arts from Tufts University, in Boston, MA and, recently a LL.M. from Washington University in St. Louis, MO.
She joined the Mexican Foreign Service in 1998 and served in different areas of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Mexico and abroad. She has alternated her professional career between the public service and the academic sector. She was a professor in the areas of public international law, multilateral and bilateral negotiations, and world legal systems.
Before joining our team, she served as Deputy Consul at the Consulate of Mexico in Seattle for 6 years. She is deeply committed to providing better opportunities to the Mexican community in Washington State by building alliances with numerous organizations and government agencies in the Pacific Northwest to advance the rights of the Latino community.
Sylvia is the co-founder of the nonprofit organization La TribUne dedicated to make trustworthy resources readily available for the Latino community in Washington through a web-based platform. From legal assistance to business and wellness, the platform is designed to walk the user through different options to solve a particular issue. You can follow on Facebook.
She is admitted to practice law in Mexico.