Sofia Bonilla is a senior majoring in International Relations, Spanish, and Plan II Honors and minoring in Middle Eastern Studies. She has studied Spanish art, architecture, and linguistics in Spain as well as Chilean culture & literature in Santiago, Chile. She is currently writing an honors thesis that compares women's resistance movements under the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile (1973-90) and the Franco dictatorship in Spain (1939-75). Last year, she was a Clements Center for National Security Undergraduate Fellow and an officer for Women in Foreign Affairs. Sofia also serves as an assistant coach of a youth girls soccer team and lead coordinator for the Plan II/KIPP partnership, where she pairs Plan II students with KIPP high school students to help them navigate the college application process. After graduation, Sofia plans to pursue a law degree and a graduate degree in international relations.