Fernando Luis Roldan is a student of the 2023-2024 LL.M. in National and Global Health Law. He is originally from the United States.

Roldan is interested in healthcare access and equity. He is especially interested in how law and policy intersect and act in concert as determinants of health justice in communities of color in America.

Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, he served as a paraprofessional and registered nurse for Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families and the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

Roldan worked in general psychiatric facilities and forensic psychiatric facilities for over 15 years. Additionally, he served as a youth services officer at Connecticut’s maximum security juvenile detention center. His prior work experience also includes roles as a paralegal, community healthcare program coordinator, and a law clerk.

Roldan holds an associate of science in nursing degree, a B.A. in sociology from Trinity College, a J.D. from Inter American University of Law in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and a M.A. in public policy from Trinity College. He graduated with honors from his law and masters’ programs.

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