Maheen Iqbal is a junior in Grace Hopper College pursuing degrees in Political Science and Comparative Literature. Born in Pakistan, Maheen is interested in the relationship between migration policy and state formation in the Global South, as well as its role in developing South-South migrant corridors. She currently serves as President of the Migration Alliance at Yale, the largest on-campus organization supporting migrants and refugees in New Haven. She is also Executive Director of the Yale International Relations Leadership Institute, an international relations symposium focused on post-conflict state-building and human rights. Maheen spent this summer researching the displacements of Hazara refugees from Pakistan to the European Union, and previously interned with Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services of Connecticut as a Yale President’s Public Service Fellow. In addition, she is currently on the Political Action and Education Team at the Yale Asian American Cultural Center, President of Yalies for Pakistan, and volunteers for Bridges ESL.