Agatha So is a policy analyst with the Economic Policy Project at UnidosUS. In her role, Agatha works to expand UnidosUS’s visibility, expertise and impact in housing policy, with an emphasis on fair housing, access to credit, language access, and issues related to the mortgage market and housing finance. Previously, Agatha was an Open Society Institute–Baltimore Program Fellow, working on a project to increase access to affordable homeownership for Latino and immigrant families. With her previous employer in Baltimore, the Southeast Community Development Corporation, she coordinated the organization's community outreach activities and neighborhood-based projects, and supported the housing counseling department. Agatha is a member of Board of Directors of the Latinos Providers Network, Inc. in Baltimore, Maryland. She received a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Simmons College, in Boston, Massachusetts. Agatha grew up in Syracuse, New York and currently lives in Baltimore.