Alexandra Rosado-Román is an Afro-Caribbean social ethicist exploring Feminist Decolonial Theories, Diaspora Studies, and Spiritualities. She is passionate about understanding how colonial constructs impact racialized women in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, focusing on anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anticolonial education. With two MAs in theology and gender studies, she is completing her Ph.D. in Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt Divinity School. Alexandra’s research challenges normativity and fosters spaces for transformative dialogue, as evident in her 2021 article, “The Pimp God and the Welfare Queens: An Economy of Desire in the “Promiscuous Caribbean.” Beyond academics, she embraces her Afro-Caribbean heritage through Bomba, poetry, and community engagement, advocating for inclusivity and transformative learning.