Sol Mora was born in México and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of six. She grew up in Salem, Oregon, and graduated from Portland State University with a bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies. Sol has worked as a community organizer for several years, with a focus on creating a more equitable government and democracy. She has previously worked on statewide ballot measures and engagement efforts like the We Count Oregon 2020 Census campaign. Currently, she serves as the Advocacy Director at the Coalition of Communities of Color, an alliance of culturally-specific organizations. Sol focuses on engaging communities in civic engagement, working with a range of community-based organizations through coalition-building, and advancing efforts to improve racial justice. Sol recently led the campaign to pass charter reform (measure 26-228) in Portland, Oregon, which passed with 58% voter support, and includes adopting proportional ranked choice voting by November 2024.