Christina Estrada teaches high school Spanish for both non-native Spanish speakers and heritage Spanish speakers at KIPP Navigate College Prep in Eastside San José. She focuses on integrating social justice, literature, and music in her Spanish classes to support students’ exploration of identity, linguistic liberation, and empathy for others. Christina has co-facilitated seminars to highlight the role of teacher self-reflection in combating bias and racism, and fostering inquiry in students as a tool for equity and advancing student learning. Christina was nominated and selected as the San Francisco Bay Area representative for the National Museum of Language Leadership Council (2021). Christina is an active teacher-leader for the Berkeley World Language Project to provide support and resources for world language teachers throughout the Bay Area. She graduated from Georgetown University with a BA in Spanish and minor in Government, and received her MA in Education from Alliant International University.