I received my B.S. in History with a concentration in Biology from UNO in 2016. I have since lived and worked at non-profit organizations dedicated to women’s healthcare in the Dominican Republic and Miami, Florida. I am passionate about understanding social determinants of health disparities and using that background knowledge to work intentionally towards reproductive, farmworker, and racial justice. For this reason, I center my areas of historical focus around race relations, migration studies, and gender issues in the United States. I am also currently pursuing an interdisciplinary Migration Studies concentration which has allowed me to work with the Office of Latino/Latin American Studies (OLLAS) and evaluate the impact of climate change on survival migration and subsequent public health concerns. After graduation, I plan to pursue a Master's in Public Health, with the ultimate intent to research, organize, and help influence policy-making decisions involving reproductive justice within racialized detention spaces.