Veronica Wilson dedicates the bulk of her time to promoting projects of the UCLA Labor Center and finding common objectives with potential partners, including collaborators in labor, academia, activism, and private foundations. She promotes education and research programming that seeks solutions to unequal access to education, health, and work opportunities. She is also a project member of the Institute for Transnational Social Change, part of the UCLA Labor Center’s Global Solidarity Project. She conducted research in Mexico on land reform and women’s co-operatives, and is particularly interested in migration, immigrant rights, and women’s leadership. Veronica has a master’s degree in Latin American Studies from the University of California, San Diego.