Tim Hernández is a community educator in Denver Public Schools from the Northside of Denver, Colorado. Raised in multiple families and attending 8 schools before graduating high school, Tim, who graduated as a first-generation student from the University of Northern Colorado, is a recognized community leader and educator across Colorado. He served as the first Latinx Student Body President of his university, has been a community organizer for social issues including DACA, Racial Justice, Black Lives Matter, Gun Violence Prevention, and Educational Justice across the country, and even interned with Senate Majority Leader Schumer in the United States Congress through the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI). He now works for CHCI running a national high school Latinx leadership program held every summer and simultaneously teaches English full-time at the local high school in the Denver community he grew up and still lives in. He is a proud Northside Denver Chicano who loves his barrio deeply, and he hopes to one day transform communities into places of opportunity, access, pride, and justice for young people across the country. Solo el pueblo, salva al pueblo.