Bianca Levario started working with the Tucson, AZ community in 2013 after she graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in Spanish Literature and Education. Bianca served as a social-emotional specialist with Tucson Unified School District for four years and was also a behavioral specialist. Her roles at the schools allowed for opportunities of advocating for marginalized students and families. After working in the public school system for seven years, Bianca transitioned to higher education where she has been working helping manage research grants in the social sciences for the past two years. Bianca is currently working at Arizona State University Office of Community Health Engagement and Resiliency as a Program Coordinator. Bianca will be earning her master’s in education policy this summer of 2022, and will continue her efforts in working alongside communities to promote inclusivity and social justice among underserved populations.