Sara Mora is a 21-year old immigrant rights activist and a community organizer at Make The Road NJ. She graduated with her associates with a concentration in diplomacy and international relations from Union County Community College. She aspires to go to law school after finding a way to pay for school in fall 2018. She founded a mentorship program through my community college that helped the local Syrian refugee population to accommodate to the community better. In addition she has been advocating for immigration reform by serving as a voice in press conferences and articles.
She was was born in the Costa Rica and has lived in the U.S. since the age of 4. She graduated with her associates from Union County Community College on May 2017. She has been advocating for immigration reform for a year and a half. She is a community organizer at Make The Road New Jersey. She founded a mentorship program for Syrian refugees of the community of Elizabeth and was in partnership with ICNA relief which funded trips and most events. She has been a liaison of DACA and was invited to a roundtable hosted by Senator Cory Booker. She was recognized in front of the Senate by Senator Menendez. Her story was recently featured in a photo essay released by Senator Cory Booker the day before Christmas. She wrote an article in the Star Ledger in November the day before the gubernatorial election. She interviewed the current President of my country regarding providing aid for Costa Rican college students in the U.S. with DACA status in 2015 and in August of 2017 she met and discussed DACA with a candidate for Presidency of Costa Rica, Rodolfo Piza, to try to establish a bridge of funding or a program if he becomes President that could help DACA holders that are Costa Rican.