Isabel Yoder recently graduated from the University of Virginia, where she studied Political and Social Thought and Mathematics. At UVa, Isabel conducted thesis research on the responses of farmers in southern Mexico to NAFTA and other international trade policies. Additionally, at UVa, she was part of various student organizations, including a debate club, and a group supporting immigrant students at UVa. She is an alumna of both the Bolivia 2013 and Peru 2014 SStS courses. As a staff member of SStS, she assists with course programming and is helping to further develop domestic courses for students. Isabel is especially interested in developing SStS curriculum around food sustainability and agricultural development.