Associate for Outreach, Marketing and Enrollment, Sophie Moss-Slavin is an emerging educator with a passion for immigrant students’ rights and urban education. A native New Yorker, Sophie’s love for the city runs deep. She has worked in a variety of school settings with different ages in Maine, Massachusetts, New York, and Argentina. Sophie comes to the Living City Project after teaching in a transitional residential program for unaccompanied migrant children primarily from Central America. In her role as head teacher in the program, she honed her teaching skills, curriculum development skills, and Spanish language fluency. Alongside her role at the LCP, she is pursuing a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second or Other Language (TESOL) at Hunter College. She is a graduate of Fieldston High School, and Bates College where she studied Sociology and Education.