Ana Hernández is a lesbian feminist with roots in Venezuela, Trinidad, and Guyana. Dedicated to ending violence and oppression across issues and identities and building whole, peaceful and thriving communities, Ana works through combined strategies of advocacy for equity, abundance, and autonomy for survivors of violence and oppression; deconstructing existing systems of privilege, power, and control; and building integrated, strong, collective voices, organizations, and coalitions for social change. As an independent consultant, Ana researches, documents, and provides strategic and programmatic support to the movements for immigrant, gender, racial, and economic justice. Ana has worked as an analyst for the Equality Federation and the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities; and directed programs and advocacy for the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, and the New York City Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center. Ana’s essays and analysis have been published on platforms such as Al Jazeera English, Latino Rebels, Venezuelanalysis.com, the Vermont Journalism Trust, and ZCommunications.