Mariah Solis

Mariah Solis is a Tejano currently working in Washington, D.C., at the National Hispanic Medical Association through the nonprofit’s internship program. She is studying media and communications and minoring in politics and sociology at The Catholic University of America (CUA). Previously, she has written for the National Education Association about school resources and solutions to mental health issues. She works on accurate media representation for the Latino and LGBTQIA+ community as the 130th editor-in-chief of The Tower, CUA’s student newspaper, and vice president of CUAllies, the underground LGBTQIA+ campus organization. Solis has been the recipient of the 2023 Media Fellows Scholarship by the Washington Media Scholars Foundation and the Hector Mendez Scholarship issued by the Puerto Rican Heritage Society.