IMA Team


Executive Coordinator

Joined IMA November 2021

Lii Fitzgerald is originally from Latvia. She has a background working as a Graphic Designer, as well as extensive experience as a freelance labor coordinator and administrator.
Currently, she is raising her two children and is back at school, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Lii is excited to be a part of the IMA community by helping with the organization’s administrative needs, and membership management.




Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications

Joined IMA September 2021

Santiana Wilson is a 2020 Kent State University graduate. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies and Digital Media Production. She was born in Akron, Ohio, but raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and Cleveland Ohio. Santiana works as a Professional Makeup Artist. She has a passion for traveling and international cuisine. Santiana looks forward to working with the International Mentoring Association in revitalizing IMA’s social media and communication channels.




Coordinator for Programming and Research

Joined IMA March 2022

Sofia is originally from Caracas, Venezuela. She is currently a graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Department of Planning. She holds a B.A in Economics and a B.S in International Food and Resource Economics from the University of Florida. In her free time, she enjoys taking her two mini Australian Shepherds, Angel and Josie, on long walks and nature trails.




Assistant Director for Publications and Communication
Joined IMA June 2022
My name is Coralie Lamour, an international student from Haiti. I grew up there, where I graduated high school with a concentration in sciences. I also participated in many extra-curricular activities, such as volleyball, dance, and boxing, and worked hard to be an active community member by volunteering in literacy centers.
I attended FSW, where I graduated with an AA and AS in architectural design and construction technologies. At FSW, I was an honors scholar student and vice-president of the black student association. In addition, I held a student leader position on campus. As a peer mentor, I assisted professors with the Cornerstone course, provided educational and recreational support to incoming first-year students, developed ways to increase student engagement and development on campus, and connected students with college resources.
I will be attending Florida International University in the Fall of 2022, where I will be pursuing my bachelor's and Master's in architecture, focusing on sustainable design. My long-term goal is to implement green buildings in third-world countries such as Haiti and consequently improve their human experience.