Sophia Sepp is a graduate of the dual Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health program at New Mexico State University. She received a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service with a focus on international politics at Georgetown University in 2014. Following her graduation, she moved to Las Cruces, NM to participate in a yearlong service program with Border Servant Corps, serving Jardin de los Niños, which provides early childhood education and supportive services to children ages 6 weeks to 10-years-old who are experiencing homelessness and their families. Her experience with Border Servant Corps and at Jardin de los Niños as well as a passion for working with children and immigrant communities inspired her to pursue a career in social work and public health. During her MSW program, she completed field practicum experiences with the CICW and the New Mexico Children, Youth, and Families Department, Protective Services Division as a Child Welfare Scholar. She continues to provide administrative support to the CICW as a program coordinator and works in the Protective Services Division of the Children, Youth, and Families Department.