Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez is the Director of Membership and Organizing with the Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC). They have had various roles at FLIC since 2008, especially working with immigrant youth statewide and with farm worker organizations throughout central Florida. Previously, they were the state coordinator of New York’s Mexican Initiative on Deferred Action; proudly served on the national selection committee of the DREAM.US Undocumented Youth Scholarship Fund; and are on the Board of Unite for a Fair Economy. Isabel has an Associate degree in Business Administration from Miami Dade College and a Bachelor’s in Sociology from the University of South Florida.