She is an advocate community organizer with more than 25 years’ experience working to end violence against all women and girls with an intersectional lens. At A Call to Men she is responsible for community partnerships and outreach, and works closely with schools and organizations to implement A Call to Men’s Live Respect Coaching Healthy, Respectful Manhood curriculum, of which she is a co-author. She trains and builds with advocates, executive directors, boards of directors, communities, organizations that are seeking to center the margins of the margins for our collective liberation. She received the Living Legend Award for community organizing and her work against racism. She also received the Voices of Courage Award for her advocacy and leadership working alongside clergy sexual assault survivors. She received the Unsung Heroes award for her commitment, service, and leadership in the Latino community. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico and now lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin.