A.T. Ortíz (Class of 2029) (she/her) is the Associate Pastor at Glenside UCC and serves as a founding co-chair of the Racial Justice Initiative of the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference. A bi-vocational minister, A.T. has been an associate pastor for 20 years. She has worked on behalf of socio- economic justice with a variety of communities and community-based organizations throughout her career. She is the Associate Dean for Equity, Inclusion, and Community Life at Bryn Mawr College. Prior to her work at Bryn Mawr, A.T. spent 17 years on the leadership team of a local nonprofit organization in Philadelphia where she worked closely with low-income, first generation to college students and their families as they navigated the challenges of preparing for and completing college. A.T. has served in a variety of professional roles as educator, facilitator, and consultant around cross-cultural competencies, anti-racism, and other areas related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. A proud Latinx from Santa Fe, NM, A.T. has worked in a number of urban and rural communities in the Southwest, West, and Eastern United States. A.T. holds a specialized Ed.M. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University and an M.A. in Holistic Spirituality from Chestnut Hill College. She earned her B.A. in English, B.S. in Psychology, and graduated with an emphasis in Ethnic Studies from Santa Clara University.