Sofia Godoy is a junior double-majoring in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration and Political Science and pursuing certificates in French and Human Rights. A child of Mexican immigrants and a lifelong resident of South Florida, Sofia is passionate about advancing immigration reform as well as economic and educational equity. As a Lideres Avanzando Fellow with UnidosUS, Sofia currently engages in research and advocacy around federal policies that expand culturally responsive mental health resources in K-12 schools. On campus, she is a Peer Liaison for La Casa Cultural and sits on the board of Sube, Yale's Latinx professional development association. She also previously served as President of the Yale International Relations Association. Outside of Yale, Sofia has worked on multiple political campaigns, conducted legislative research for Members of Congress and a state lawmaker, and most recently, worked with a local legal aid group to provide direct services to immigrants and refugees in South Florida. In her free time, Sofia enjoys running, reading, and playing board games.