My name is Isela Delilah Galli, although I have been called by my middle name Delilah since birth. I am both Hispanic and American and luckily and appropriately bilingual as a result. I have been raised being taken back and forth from Mexico, specifically BCS, and the United States, specifically Northern California and Oregon. I have witnessed the cultural, developmental, and economic divide, growing up between the two countries. I have been lucky to have lived so close to nature rather than technology in my upbringing, I believe it gives me a different outlook on the world at the moment, perhaps an outdated view to some, but a much-needed one in my opinion. I am currently a Sophomore attending the University of Oregon coming into my Junior year this upcoming fall term. I am planning to major in both Spanish and Global Studies with a concentration in either Business or Comparative International Development. My hope is to absorb all the information possible at all times to better aid myself in one day working internationally for the goals of a better planet. I am looking forward to expanding my knowledge of Indigenous rights and environmental justice. From the first day of my senior year of high school, I have wanted to create change in our world and work globally. On all of my adventures, the small areas of the world in which I have traveled have shown me that you can stay naive and choose to stay blind like the common tourist going to all the tourist traps or you could choose to absorb everything everywhere and possibly be the change that is needed. I have also learned and attempted to practice never conforming to something that isn’t morally right in your eyes.