Standing at the intersection of multiple identities, as a first-generation Latinx, Cheryl’s activism centers on mobilizing communities to advance the social, economic, and political realities of marginalized people, particularly for women of color. She holds a BA in Humanities & Justice and is on her way to earning an MPA in Public Policy & Administration. Cheryl brings a track record of accomplishments in project management, public policy research and analysis, and creative strategic development.
As Adiós Barbie’s Project Manager, she leads the magazine’s political advocacy efforts by designing and implementing communication strategies and creating meaningful dialogues around intersectional feminist issues. Always eager to innovate, she develops key initiatives and oversees the organization’s operations.