Sol Mora (she/ella) 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 and coalition manager for several years, with a focus on creating a more equitable government and democracy, including serving as the Advocacy Director at the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC). Most recently, Sol served as the Campaign Manager of Portland United for Change to pass charter reform, measure 26-228, in Portland, Oregon. The measure passed with 58% voter support, and includes adopting both multi-winner and single-winner ranked choice voting. Currently, Sol is the Political Director at Oregon Ranked Choice Voting Advocates where she focuses on managing and growing the coalition to pass ranked choice voting at the statewide level in Oregon.