Becky Alemán is an educator, cultural worker, and activist from Austin working to develop the leadership of NYC youth. Becky creates arts-based programs that support teen development and creates spaces where they can grow, organize, and create. She increased youth access to art at Brooklyn Museum and supported youth organizers at Girls for Gender Equity in their fight against school pushout. Becky has a B.A. in Art History and Africana Studies from Vassar College and explores intersectional identities, social justice, and cultural organizing in her work. She’s currently Manager of Youth Cultural Organizing at the High Line in NYC.