Dulce has been a public ardent Latino community advocate since she started Students for Compressive Immigration Reform at the University of Denver nearly a decade ago. Her advocacy focuses on elevating the perspective of low-income communities and communities of color in the creation of policy, specifically the Latino community. Dulce is an expert in leadership training and development within the political context and has worked on a range of policy issues including immigration reform, education equity, and climate change. She has direct experience identifying problems at their core and exposing conditions that facilitate the creation of an environment that invokes systemic change. A poignant example is her work at Colorado’s largest environmental organization as the Program Director of Protégete: Our Air, Our Health, a program she was tasked with designing, leading and facilitating its emergence. She has also been actively involved in local and national political campaigns, her most recent role as National Regional Field Director for Bernie 2016 after having led the states of Colorado and Washington to victory in the primary race. Dulce is a versatile entrepreneur, expanding her residential real estate business while continuing her political consulting work in organizational strategy and effectiveness, field, outreach, diversity and inclusion, and movement building through public narrative. Dulce has served as an appointee to the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and Denver Latino Commission and has been a proud Advisory Board Member of Generation Latino since the organization’s inception. Dulce received a Political Science degree at the University of Denver. She is an alumna of various leadership development programs, including the Circle of Latina Leadership, Front Line Leaders Academy, Emerge Colorado, and the Latino Leadership Institute at the University of Denver.