About Me

Educational Consultant – Maestra Bilingüe-Activist

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¡Hola! I’m Dalila 🙂
For the past seven years, I have been an educator. Although for the past five years I have been bilingual teacher activist teaching from an anti-racist lens, teaching about mindfulness and holistic social emotional wellness through restorative justice practices. Being their guide to their own inner light has helped me realize how much I want to dedicate to my own wellness journey, and even more–continue to help others in and outside the classroom.
The world is our classroom/El mundo es nuestra clase 
I aim to share parts of my journey with each #recipe, #socialjustice & #anti-racist, #health and #fitness posts, so that we can work as a collective for community healing. I look forward to healing together!
Background: I hold a B.A. Degree in Bilingual Elementary Education Grades 1-6 with a concentration in Puerto Rican and Latino Studies from CUNY, Brooklyn College. I recently completed my M.A. Degree at  Teachers College, Columbia University within International Educational Development and a concentration in Bilingual/Bicultural studies October 2020. I am in my sixth year as a public school teacher-activist who will be our school’s Equity and Restorative Justice Coordinator and Computer Science Teacher (en Español), at a public school located in Brooklyn, NY. Lastly, when I am not facilitating a workshop and working with my community I am studying in an amazing SBL/SDL program where I am furthering my leadership skills through a program with CITE and The College of St. Rose.