Mason Ji is a senior at Yale University studying Global Affairs. In 2012, he was among the founding students of the American Immigration Forums, an organization that aims to bring together immigrant families and the broader community in dialogue and advocacy on immigration issues. Last summer, he interned for the White House, and worked on the Regional Network to bring the government to communities across the country. In addition, he is a delegate to the United Nations General Assembly, working to bring countries together to address the pressing global issues that confront communities across the globe. At Yale, Mason conducts research on how East-West cooperation can advance multilateral agreement and how community engagement can provide impetus for international change.