Hello! I’m Sofia.
I originally hail from Bridgewater, Massachusetts in the United States. I will always have a soft spot for Columbus, Ohio, which is where I called home for 3 years before I moved to DC for graduate school. I moved to the nation’s capital to earn a graduate degree in Public Health at The George Washington University. Currently I’m living in Tamale, Ghana in West Africa working on a development project helping 20,000+ women soybean farmers improve their livelihoods through access to farming technology, best farming practices and educating them on how to use soy in their own homes. I am interested in making a difference on a large-scale when it comes to a few topics: environmental issues (climate change), increasing sustainable access to water and sanitation and improving women’s reproductive health.