Dilcia Margott Molina Sanchez (she/her/hers) arrived to the United States under political asylum because of her work against human trafficking and human rights for LGBTQ people in Central America. She is a social psychologist, popular educator, feminist, and activist. Molina currently serves as the Gender & Health Program Manager at La Clínica del Pueblo in Washington, DC. Her community work includes co-facilitating group therapy sessions for Latin@s people living with HIV at Nova Salud Inc. in Northern Virginia. In 2004, she founded la “Madre Tierra” Latina Feminist organization in Virginia. She serves as the President of the Steering Committee for the Impacto LGBTQ Project, a community-based organization to foster leadership in the LGBT latin@ community of northern Virginia; on the Consumer Health Foundation’s Board of Trustees; and as a Member of Nominations and Governance and Strategy Planning Committee in DC.