Kristiana Huitrón (ella/she/her) Coloraduense Mexicana and Métis, is the Executive Director of Voces Unidas for Justice, founded in 2010. She has been working to end domestic and sexual violence for over twenty-years in rural and urban settings, in both Spanish and English, with adults, adolescents, and children, men and women. She has worked nationally with Red Wind Consulting, Inc. as editor of Creating Sister Space, and providing SAFE and SART training across Indian Country; and with Casa de Esperanza’s National Latin@ Network on the Research and Evaluation Team. She has contributed to publications in her field and co-authoring the Finding a Way report. She has spent 5 cumulative years at Violence Free Colorado (Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence), once in response to child and youth programming, and once in response to culturally and linguistically appropriate programming as one of the states only innovators in Promotoras as advocates in the work to end violence. Locally, to Colorado Springs, she has been providing community-based programming for over a decade, with youth, Spanish speaking community, and in both cultural and professional settings. Voces Unidas for Justice published the research around un/under-served victims of violence, Finding a Healing Way and has converted this to a statewide awareness campaign to connect historically marginalized victims to culturally relevant, community-based supports. She is spearheading projects to address the intersection of trauma and substances, and the intersections of survivorship and incarceration for women of color. Most recently Ms. Huitrón has been appointed as a commissioner to the Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice, and is a member of Resonance Network’s Navigators Circle.