Estefani (she/her) is a Restorative Community Conference facilitator within S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective. Estefani has a personal mission to serve as a bridge-builder within the Latinx community, supporting her people’s healing and addressing the anti-Blackness and anti-brownness that is particularly pervasive there. As a survivor of childhood sexual violence, she steadfastly believes in the power of restorative and transformative justice as a way to address and prevent cycles of harm and abuse. Before S.O.U.L. Sisters, Estefani served as a mentor within L.O.V.E. (Latinx On the Verge of Excellence) supporting Black, Brown, and Latinx youth of color through weekly mentorship in New York City. Estefani also founded The Ant Project: A cis, trans, and non-binary activist organization, advocating social justice for all through protest and march participation, an activist book club, and listening circles. Estefani has a Bachelor’s in Sociology from Hunter College in NYC. In her free time, she loves reading, dancing, and spending time on the beach.