WHO WE ARE
United Voices Foundation is a community-driven organization. Our mission is to provide education, programs, and legal resources to underserved communities.
We strive to utilize our professional and personal experience to provide innovative, competent, and compassionate services for each of our clients.
Our goal is to provide our clients with the education and resources needed to understand their case every step of the way. By doing so, our clients have realistic expectations and have the knowledge required to make informed decisions.
Carolina Arias Cediel
Carolina has a decade of experience in the fields of Immigration, Personal Injury, Business Law, and International Human Rights. She began her legal training as a receptionist at a boutique immigration law firm while completing her Bachelor of Science at Kennesaw State University. She assisted attorneys with family-based petitions, waivers of inadmissibility, removal defense, nonimmigrant visas, VAWA petitions for victims of spousal abuse, asylum, applications for permanent residency and naturalization. Since then, she has worked private law firms like Morgan & Morgan and law firms abroad like Organización Benjamin Herrera.
Carolina decided to pursue a career in law to use her personal and professional experience to represent and educate underserved communities. Carolina is a third-year law student at John Marshall Law School, where she was the recipient of the John E. Ryan Merit Scholarship. She founded United Voices Foundation her first-year in law school to build an organization dedicated to serving, educating, and representing underserved communities.
In her spare time, Carolina volunteers with the Southern Poverty Law Center and Atlanta Volunteers Lawyer's Foundation to provide legal representation to individuals unable to afford an attorney. She also serves as a mentor in the Atlanta's John Marshall Mentoring Program and as an Treasurer in the Immigration Law Society.
Corey Martin, Esq.
Corey Martin is the Managing Partner at The Law Offices of Martin & Associates. He is a former Partner at Hall, Martin, Sinkler, & Associates P.C. He focuses primarily on Criminal Defense, Immigration, Personal Injury and Taxes.
Corey is the Supervising Attorney at United Voices Foundation and Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School's Veterans Legal Clinic located at Fort McPherson, Georgia. He frequently leads seminars to help elementary, middle school, high school, and college students prepare for the legal field.
Corey has two associate degrees from Calhoun College in Decatur, Alabama. One degree in Math and the other degree is in General Education. He also has a Bachelor’s degree in Math from Excelsior College and a Juris Doctorate from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where he graduated with Honors. He is also an eight (8) year military veteran; a Douglas County Partner in Education and a Match Mentor; and a member of several Boards.
Georgia Supreme Court
Georgia Court of Appeals
Georgia Superior Court
U.S. District Court – Northern District of Georgia
U.S. Tax Court
State Bar of Georgia
Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA)
Gate City Bar Association
Martin Financial Solutions, LLC
Mario was born in Colombia, and came to the United States when he was two-years-old. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Criminology at Barry University.
Mario decided to pursue the study of law because of
the many injustices he has seen towards immigrant communities. Mario interned with the City of Atlanta Public Defender’s office and has worked for several immigration law firms in Georgia.
Mario's heart is of service, with the goal of assisting underserved families and those individuals who
need the most help.
Brittany Bromfield Diaz, M.A., J.D., Cert. Civil Med. is a native of Atlanta with both American and Jamaican parentage.
She received her B.A. from Agnes Scott College and M.A. from Georgia State University in International Human Rights. She focused her thesis on minority and indigenous mobilization in the Americas and published a chapter on refugees in 'Understanding International Law Through Moot Courts.'
Brittany has always had a passion for serving underrepresented communities. After college, she worked as a community organizer at Refugee Family Services and as a community facilitator and archivist for StoryCorps Atlanta where she recorded stories of migrant farmworkers and families with detained loved ones. Brittany has written about her own experience with the immigration system in the U.S. in her novella, "Only Diaz: Freedom to Love, Freedom to Live."
Brittany most recently graduated with her Juris Doctor and certificate in General Civil Mediation from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School in hopes to continue representing the most vulnerable and defending justice