I am a Honduran asylee and advocate. In this country, I’ve been at battle with my multiple identities. Back home, I was Honduran, like everyone else. However, I became a first-generation, low-income, undocumented immigrant. It was a community effort that enabled me to feel welcomed in Miami and embrace all my identities. Thus, I am grateful for the mentors, teachers, and friends who helped me navigate spaces that were not built for me. With this same gratitude, I am excited to join the Care Center and foster a space that includes everyone’s identities and embraces them equally and unapologetically. My end goal is to share my perspective with others and, most importantly, learn and unlearn from other’s stories to ensure I become a stronger ally to their respected communities. I am honored to help the Care Center continue to nurture a diverse and inclusive CMC community for us all.