Carlos Brown Jr. is a junior in Davenport College studying Ethnicity, Race, and Migration. He is deeply passionate about helping marginalized populations leverage political power and navigate political systems to protect their communities and interests. Originally from Richmond, VA, Carlos is especially interested in issues of racial and socioeconomic inequality in the south. He currently serves as co-coordinator of Dwight Hall at Yale which is Yale’s center for social justice and public service. Beyond Dwight Hall, Carlos is a member of Yale’s competitive model UN team (MUNTY) and Yale’s premier latin dance team (Sabrosura). Carlos has also served as a Yale College Council Senator, an undersecretary-general for Yale Model Government Europe, and on the board of the Black Student Alliance at Yale. In his first three years as an undergraduate, Carlos has interned with Georgia Legal Services in Savannah, GA, McKinsey & Company in Washington, DC, and Virginia Organizing in Richmond,VA. In his free time, Carlos loves to dance, try new restaurants, and hike.