Monserrat “Monsie” Muñoz is a first generation, Latina educator. As a career educator, Monsie believes that a robust, supportive, and equitable education can have a positive impact on all students. Her work as a cross-cultural facilitiator allows her to create brave spaces in which educators and families can engage in authentic discussions around race and racism. Monsie’s goal is to disrupt the cycle of racism in our education systems, specifically by helping to empower educators of color to find their voice within their organizations. Monsie holds a B.A. from Williams College in History and Latino/a Studies. She is currently a high school History teacher and an Equity and Inclusion coordinator in an independent school in Dallas, TX.