Yllka Seseri is a partner at Davidson & Seseri, a full-service immigration and nationality law firm located in Chicago, Illinois. Ms. Seseri represents a wide variety of corporate and individual clients throughout the United States and internationally. From Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2010, and has extensive experience providing clients with strategically planned legal solutions in complex immigration matters. Ms. Seseri is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the International Network of Boutique and Independent Law Firms . She has served on the Office of the Chief Counsel Liaison Committee.
Astou was born in Dakar, Senegal, immigrated to the United States at the age of seven and was raised in Harlem, New York. As a high school student, Astou learned of her immigration status and struggled to access higher education due to its limitations. In 2013, she received DACA status, which granted her the ability to work, allowing her to finance her education without any state, federal, or private aid. These experiences have fueled her unwavering commitment to serving low-income communities of color. By 2015, Astou graduated cum laude with a double major bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Economics from Hunter College at the City University of New York. With a passion for empowerment through education, she joined Teach for America New York City and served in the corps in Harlem as an 8th grade English Language Arts teacher.
Jill has worked with the Consumer & Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs for decades, leading, influencing and guiding investment management professionals and their clients. Jill received her B.A., summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Minnesota. She is a member of the Goldman Sachs Chicago Women’s Network and is an active member in the Illinois Theatre Association. Prior to her corporate life, Jill picked up grant writing skills with Manhattan Punch Line, an off-Broadway NYC theatre and worked on new play development at the Cricket Theatre in Minneapolis.
Her work focused on gaining support and cultivating the voices of the families of Illinois’ life without parole inmates and working to organize against the extreme sentencing of youth. Sarah has a background in community organizing and ethnographic research, and a B.A in Sociology and Human Services. Sarah has a deep commitment to children, their families, and utilizing her law degree to pursue justice on their behalf. Jill served on the CFS Employer Advisory Board in 2018 and 2019, and Jill has been providing helpful guidance and ideas to the CFS team for many years.
At FindLaw.com, we pride ourselves on being the number one source of free legal information and resources on the web. Before practicing red tint on black hair law, she attended law school at Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology and graduated in 2010.