Marcos Montoya Andrade is in his second year at Brown University studying Public Policy and Business Economics. Originally from Guatemala, Marcos immigrated to Virginia in 2009 where he found his passion for finance and policy. As a previous intern at the Chamber of Commerce, Marcos learned the impact policy advocacy has on the advancement of small businesses and in general for the progression of people. Currently, Marcos holds various leadership positions to engage with the Brown student body. He is the out-of-house liaison for the Latinx House, the treasurer for La Alianza Hispanic Pre-Law Society, the underclassmen representative for the Latinx Students in Business and Leadership, and the Community Engagement Chair Brown QuestBridge Chapter. Marcos is also a proud analyst for the Brown Consulting Club where he currently serves as a project member focusing on HR policy. Outside of the classroom and extracurriculars, Marcos is an avid reader and loves politics. In the future, Marcos seeks to find a career in the intersection of law and finance, always remembering to be community-focused and create a lasting impact.