At age thirteen, Ana Moraga Archila immigrated to the United States from Guatemala City. She worked with several youth and human rights organizations in San Francisco, California before attending Loyola Marymount University. Upon graduation, Ana moved back to Guatemala and founded MuJER- Mujeres por la Justicia, Educación y el Reconocimiento (Women for Justice, Education, and Awareness). For five years Ana led the organization’s funding and operational efforts in opening spaces of empowerment for Central American women sex workers. While attending Northeastern University School of Law, Ana is an advisor to MuJER’s Board of Directors and continues to work with other women’s organizations. Ana is passionately driven by the field of international women's rights where she hopes to apply her Juris Doctor degree in the near future.