Dailyah Rudek graduated from The Ohio State University with a B.S. in biology and from Bergin University of Canine Studies with a Master of Cynology. She’s a native Californian with a long history of disability advocacy and non-profit work. A correct diagnosis has transformed her life and is allowing her to realize a long-time dream of attending law school. Dailyah hopes to use her degree to be an advocate for vulnerable and “differently advantaged” people in the U.S. and abroad, and believes that freedom of religion is inseparable from human dignity. When they’re not busy being legal beagles, Dailyah and her Canine Companions service dog, Riley, enjoy international travel, tango, and meeting new people.