Alexandra Rosado-Román is a doctoral student in Ethics and Society and a Theology and Practice Fellow at Vanderbilt University. She holds an M.A. in Religion from El Seminario Evangélico de Puerto Rico, and an M.A. in Theological Studies with a major in Women, Gender, and Sexuality from Drew University. As an Afro-Puerto Rican woman, Alexandra is interested in discussing how the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and citizenship have worked to control the bodies of racialized women in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Central to her academic approach are decolonial theory, feminist thought, and interreligious engagement. Her burning desire is to rearticulate ethical and moral socio-religious valuations around racialized women on the island and offer refreshed lenses that promote a clearer vision to march toward wholeness. Additionally, she has received the Patricia Wickham Prize for Feminist/Womanist Scholarship granted by Drew Theological School. A prize that acknowledges the overall excellence and creativity in feminist/womanist work.