Cassandra Lopez Fradera is a multi-genre writer, communications strategy consultant, coach, and healing justice practioner rooted in Boston and Puerto Rico. Her work as a Harvard-trained writer, speaker, and strategist is centered on providing resources and strategies for healing and self-determination. Her service in healing is rooted in embodied practice and grassroots movements in the Puerto Rican diaspora and lineage. Through her reporting of local news on Café con Cass, a public access television show founded in 2014 and the student-led HKS Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy, she has conducted interviews with civic leaders, multidisciplinary artists, mental health specialists, and change makers in video, print, and podcast. She was the first Presidenta elected from the Harvard Extension School to have served students from 13 schools in the Harvard Latinx Student Alliance and has been recently published in NPR Latino. She is currently a writer in residence at La Rosario in Puerto Rico. Cassandra coaches and consults with individuals and organizations to get to the heart of the message and stay engaged in an increasingly automized economy. Her breakout client, Rivera Consulting Inc., was the lead architect for the Ayanna Pressley’s campaign to become the first black Congresswoman in Massachusetts. She is the recipient of the 2018 Vermont Center Studio Displaced Artists Fund that supports artists and writers effected by natural disasters and can be found via the hashtags, #freeyouvoice and #digitalnomad on Twitter.