Bonnibel Rosario is a Latina aspiring organizer passionate about issues of gender, misogyny, (im)migration, equity and community-led movement. She is of Dominican descent from Puerto Rico, New Orleans, and DC, who also has a special place in her heart for the ‘Nordeste’ of Brazil. Her commitment to social justice work can be traced to a middle school assignment on poverty in Haiti, because it was then that she really began to understand and recognize what inequality looks like. She decided to join PANY because she resonated with its message of equity and diverse leadership, and recognized she had not received an education on community-based worked in university. She is the IMI Corona Workshop and Community Education Adviser, where she advises educators as they incorporate the organization’s social justice values in their content. She also supports the IMI Corona Community Council in its projects and development. Bonnibel believes that it is important to acknowledge that this work is hard and has to be deeply personal; it can only be sustained with self-care and true self-awareness of how we work and who we hold ourselves accountable to.