Henry Martin
Executive Director,
Senior Attorney                                                                                                                                            kjn;ljh;kn

Henry joined WLC as an attorney in 2005 and supervised WLC’s clinics and consumer law and family financial stability programs. Henry is a member of the Board of Directors of the Legal Aid Association of California, the statewide membership organization of legal services. He was a 2012 OneJustice Executive Fellow, a program building executive capacity in California legal services and received a Certificate of Nonprofit Management. Henry is a graduate of the LEAD program of the Center for Nonprofit Excellence at the Community Foundation for Monterey County. Henry graduated from UC Davis King Hall School of Law and has an M.S. in Economics from University of Oregon. Prior to joining WLC, Henry worked for the AFL-CIO Voting Rights Protection Project. Henry is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates and represents WLC as a nonprofit member of the California Consumer Affairs


Adriana Melgoza

Adriana Melgoza
Clinic Manager                                                                                                                                                            ..

As WLC’s Clinic Manager, Adriana coordinates WLC’s community-based legal services and helps recruit and train WLC volunteers.  Adriana also assists pro bono attorneys and staff attorneys on Wage and Hour, Workers’ Compensation, Consumer, and Record Clearance cases. Adriana first volunteered at WLC in 2009 as a legal interviewer and became a legal assistant in 2010. She has since trained dozens of volunteer interviewers. Outside of the WLC, Adriana’s passion for equal access inspired her to found Unidos por un Corazón Inocente (United for an Innocent Heart). As an immigrant mother of a child with autism, she is keenly aware of the lack of supportive services to families like her own and works to empower other parents. Adriana’s goal is to become a legal aid attorney. In 2014, Adriana received an Award of Merit from the Legal Aid Association of California for her work at WLC improving access to rural justice.