Dora S. Frias (she/her/hers) is currently the Director of the Pride Resource Center at Colorado State University. Previously, she served as the Program Director of Latinx Student Services at the University of Colorado Denver. She was born in Durango, Mexico and grew up El Paso, TX. She earned her B.S. from Texas A&M University in Kinesiology and her M.S. at Colorado State University in Student Affairs in Higher Education. Dora has worked as a physical and health educator in the K-12 educational system and has spent the last 8 years working in Student Affairs and Higher Education, specializing in social justice education and advocating for underrepresented students on a variety of campuses across the country. Dora is a Co-Lead facilitator for the LeaderShape Institute, a graduate of the Social Justice Training Institute and has been featured on a Higher Ed Live episode titled “LGBTQ + Latinx Issues in Student Affairs.” Through her work with students she hopes to create a community that fosters mutual respect, justice and equality for all. Outside of all that, she enjoys cooking, listening to QTLatinx podcasts, and spending time with her partner, their kiddo and family.