Munirat Suleiman (she/her) is a development intern at The Century Foundation and a rising junior at Columbia University double-majoring in sociology and English. Raised in Metro Atlanta, she discovered her interests in community work, social justice, and writing from a young age. In particular, she is passionate about improving racial and gender equity for Black women and gender nonconforming people through nonprofit work and social research. At Columbia, Munirat writes for The Blue and White, the university’s official undergraduate magazine, and the Columbia Undergraduate Law Review. As the co-head of mentoring for Columbia’s Quest Scholars Network (or Questbridge), she coordinates the mentor-match program for first-generation low-income undergraduates and high school students. Under the Black Family Tree of the Columbia Mentoring Initiative, she supports Black undergraduate mentees and contributes to cross-identity social, cultural and educational events with the Department of Multicultural Affairs.