Danae Rosario ’22

Danae was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and raised in Lowell, Mass. She is a 2L and the chair of BLSA Kemet Chapter. Prior to law school, Danae worked as a litigation paralegal at a Los Angeles law firm. She holds her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and minor in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. During her time at UMASS Lowell, Danae was a track and field athlete, vice president of the student-athlete advisory committee, member of the Omicron Delta Kappa National Honors Society, and graduated cum laude. Outside of law school, Danae uses her spare time to travel, hike, read and mentor women of color seeking admission into law school through her “Beyond the Numbers” organization. Danae intends on using her law degree to zealously advocate for her community and continue the fight for equality and justice.   

DarosaAntonia Darosa ’22
Director of Internal/External Affairs

Antonia is currently a 2L and the director of internal/external affairs for BLSA. She was born in Praia, Cabo Verde, and raised in Brockton, Mass. Prior to law school, Antonia was a 2013 graduate of Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Philosophy. Antonia also worked as a litigation paralegal, as well as a client executive for a nationwide court reporting company servicing law firms in Boston. In addition to BLSA, she is a member of the Multicultural Law Student Association, the First-Generation Law Student Association and the Latin American Law Student Association. Outside of NUSL, Antonia enjoys cooking, traveling and hiking mini trails.  


Asantewaah Ofosuhene ’22

Asantewaah is currently a 2L and serves as the webmaster for BLSA Kemet Chapter. She is from Newark, New Jersey. Asantewaah is a 2019 honors graduate of New York University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Social and Cultural Analysis with a concentration in Blackness and Communications. Before law school, Asantewaah researched school quality, school choice and educational opportunities for Black and Brown students. She is also a self-taught illustrator and graphic designer currently doing freelance work. Her legal interests include Intellectual Property and Entertainment law. As webmaster, Asantewaah plans to boost BLSA’s online presence through social media. In her free time, Asantewaah enjoys boxing, watching movies, and digital painting. 


Tai-Lyn Parboosingh ’22
Academic Chair

Tai-Lyn Parboosingh is from Miramar, Florida, and is currently a 2L in the role of academic chair for BLSA. Tai-Lyn attended the University of Central Florida and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Public Administration. Before attending law school, Tai-Lyn completed a service year with City Year D.C. in an elementary school and then afterwards, worked at AdvanceLaw, where she collaborated with corporate legal departments. In addition to BLSA, she is a lawyering fellow, a member of the Christian Law Caucus and the First-Generation Law Student Association. Outside of law school, she enjoys the beach, reflecting and taking walks.


Bianca Pickering ’22
Social Chair

Bianca Pickering is a proud Haitian American born and raised in Queens, New York. She is currently a 2L in the role of social chair for BLSA Kemet Chapter. Prior to law school, Bianca attended Hofstra University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Rhetoric. Her time serving on university senate in her undergraduate career sparked her passion for policymaking. She aspires to become a public policy consultant. Bianca also became a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated at Hofstra University. Outside of NUSL, Bianca enjoys finding hidden gem Caribbean restaurants, learning new beauty skills and playing Sims. After law school, she plans to move back to New York to pursue her policy career goals.


Timothy Kobba ’22

Tim is a 2L from Indianapolis, Indiana, and is currently the secretary of BLSA. Prior to law school, Tim attended State University of New York at Stony Brook where he received an MA in Bioethics and Medical Humanities. Tim completed his undergraduate studies at DePauw University where he received a BA in Philosophy and Biology. Before moving to Boston to attend law school, Tim worked as an administrative coordinator for a global health and environmental conservation institute in New York. His legal interests arise at the intersection of intellectual property, biotechnology and health law. In his free time, Tim enjoys cycling, practicing piano, playing soccer and nurturing his nascent vinyl collection. 


Zainab Ilumoka ’22
Treasurer and CAIR Representative

Zainab is currently a 2L and the treasurer and CAIR representative for BLSA. She was born in Nigeria and raised in Rhode Island. Prior to law school, she graduated from Rhode Island College with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Public Administration and received an MPA at UMass Boston. Outside of law school, Zainab is the chair of the board of directors for the George Wiley Center, a grassroots nonprofit organization that advocates for energy and utility justice.

Feel free to contact members of our executive board with any questions!