Sophie-Anne Baril

Our staff

Sophie-Anne Baril

Assistant, Membership & Registration


Sophie-Anne Baril joined Humentum in April 2017 as the membership and registration assistant. In this role, she works with the registration team to support the preparation and execution of effective registration process for our workshop and conference attendees. She also assists the membership team in providing top-level support to member constituents.

In 2016, Sophie-Anne completed a capstone research project, focused on the economic, legal, and social challenges immigrants face in the United States. Prior to working at Humentum, Sophie-Anne worked at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA) as a research associate and website manager. At COHA, she conducted research and published articles on various topics, including international development, human rights issues, Haiti, and Brazilian politics. 

Sophie-Anne graduated with a B.A. in international studies from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. She was born in Canada, spent part of her childhood in Haiti, and has lived in Florida most of her life.  

Q + A

What are your favorite hobbies outside of work?

I enjoy traveling. Even if I don’t have the chance to travel somewhere myself, I live vicariously through other people’s photos—and make note of the best spots to visit! In my free time, I also like to write poetry, fiction, and blog posts. And when the weather is nice, I love playing tennis!

What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Or dessert in general?

I love sweets, and I can list several favorite desserts. I’d say top three are key lime pie, tres leches cake, and macarons.

If you found a genie in a magic lamp, what would your three wishes be?

I wish for 3 more wishes…just kidding. To be fair, I’d wish for:

  1. Endless airplane tickets
  2. One of my writing pieces to become a movie
  3. End to world hunger
What is your favorite place you’ve been to, and where do you want to go next?

Donegal, Ireland, is such a pastoral and luscious green town—definitely one of my favorite places. Haiti’s beaches also top my list! Next, I want to travel to the Amalfi Coast in Italy (no, not trying to be basic—I’ve been dreaming of that place since before it became Pinterest famous).