Isabella Fuentes is a second-year Dr. Anne Moses IGNITE North Texas Fellow. Hailing from Venezuela, Isabella is a junior at the University of North Texas pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She received her Associate’s degree in General Studies at Collin College, where she served as Chapter President of the college’s IGNITE chapter. As a first-generation student, Isabella became a mentor and support system for incoming students. Currently, she owns her own business, helping migrants with their legal processes. As an IGNITE Fellow, she emphasizes the importance of voting and educates younger students on civic responsibility. Fueled by her personal journey, she envisions working on immigration reform, championing the cause of the immigrant community seeking a path to citizenship. To further her advocacy, she aspires to pursue a law degree, equipping herself with the tools to effect change at a higher level. Her journey stands as a shining example of empowerment through education, leadership, and advocacy, inspiring positive change for generations to come. For North Texas inquiries, please contact Isabella at firstname.lastname@example.org.