Alfred E. Fleishman Diversity Fellow, Indianapolis, IN
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Luis Sorto is an Alfred E. Fleishman Fellow based in Indianapolis.
He is a recent graduate of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service where he focused his academic and professional experiences around access to education, international development, and advocacy for immigrants. As a student storyteller, he also helped shape the university’s social media accounts, managing personal blogs and vlogs for accounts with more than 25,000 followers.
He worked at the D.C. Schools Project through the Center for Social Justice, where he led a mentoring, tutoring, and advocacy program that provides English-language tutoring and support for youth and adults of immigrant backgrounds in Washington, D.C.
At VOX he supports an array of clients, including those active in workforce development and diversity & inclusion initiatives.
Sorto is originally from Los Angeles, but moved to Noblesville, IN in 2005. Growing up in an immigrant household with Salvadoran and Honduran parents, he became passionate about storytelling and global perspectives. Luis enjoys running to the monuments or on country roads, coffee chats, reading autobiographies, and vexiollogy, the study of flags.