Mia Love is the National Outreach Director at the Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University where she drives the national coalition-building efforts in immigration, the environment, and technology & innovation. A former two-term U.S. Representative (R-UT04), Mia was the first Republican black woman to serve in The United States Congress.
During her time in office, Mia was a champion for reducing burdensome regulations and a steadfast leader in the push for immigration reform. Prior to her time in Congress, Mia served on the city council and was elected mayor in her hometown of Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Mia is currently a CNN correspondent, has been serving as a non-resident senior fellow at The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, and is a fellow of the Institute of Politics and Public Service at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. The daughter of Haitian immigrants, Mia is also a wife and mother of three.