Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Zuna Ramos Maza is a sophomore at Boston University pursuing a degree in International Relations with a minor in Public Policy Analysis. Although she is focusing on the Latin American region, on her chosen track she examines international systems and world order. Ramos Maza has researched the impact of legal vulnerability on immigrant families, alongside the hardships faced by immigrants as a result of the COVID19 pandemic. From being a dance team captain to teaching college students nationwide how to discern fact from fiction online, she is passionate about educating others. She is looking forward to taking part in shaping the next generation of leaders, while being part of an environment dedicated to fostering positive global change. Ramos Maza aspires to become a lawyer and continue doing research to shed light on the injustices faced by the Latinx community.