Tania Molinar-Castillo graduated from the University of Denver with a BA in Psychology and Gender and Women’s Studies in June 2016. Her passion for youth sexual health stems from growing up in a Mexican-Catholic home that never talked about sexuality and becoming a teen mother at the age of 16. She has been able to use her voice as a teen mom to empower young parents through organizations like COLOR (Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights). Tania is also passionate about reducing mental health stigma in the Latinx community. Along with working at CYM, she also works as a Family Coach at the University of Denver, working with caregivers and their children. She hopes to get a Master’s Degree and eventually a PhD in a helping profession and continue to advocate for youth and families. She loves being outdoors, eating, reading, and spending time with her son.