Brooklyn Herrera is the Assistant Director of Peer Education in the Dean of Students Office at Dalton State College, where she oversees academic support, including tutoring, supplemental instruction, the math and science learning center, the financial fitness learning center, and associated leadership programs for peer educator development. With a Master of Management (M.M.) degree, she is also a part-time instructor for the Wright School of Business while pursuing a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree in higher education leadership and practice at the University of North Georgia. Brooklyn serves on the U.S. Department of Education Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutional Grant Advisory Board at Dalton State and has had the privilege of serving on the institution’s most recent five-year strategic planning committee, where she chaired the external stakeholder subcommittee to gain useful community insight. Her research interests include Latinx educational equity through asset-based, peer-to-peer support. While she most values the community relationships cultivated through her research, Brooklyn has been awarded various supporting research grants from national organizations, such as the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA), and the Journal of College Reading and Learning (JCRL). Brooklyn met her husband Luis, both Dalton State alumni, and they now reside in Rocky Face with their three cats and look forward to raising a family in Georgia’s best place to live, work, and play.