Stephanie Wall was born in Sogamoso, Colombia and came to the United States at the age of four with her immediate family. After graduating from high school, Stephanie attended the Miami Dade Honors College where she became an active member and leader in the immigrant rights community organizing against deportations and family separation while advocating for the passage of the Dream Act and Immigration Reform. Soon after, Stephanie transferred to the University of Central Florida where she studied psychology and sociology. She joined City Year, an education nonprofit organization, where she led a team towards closing the graduation gap in a low income community in Orlando. Stephanie is currently pursuing a Master degree in Nonprofit Management at UCF while working with the Florida Immigrant Coalition as their Lead Organizer. Stephanie’s work with FLIC involves supporting member organizations on intentional capacity building and strategy, leading civic engagement and political education workshops, cultivating leadership among membership and promoting purposeful lobbying and organizing efforts for national, state, and local campaigns.