Jose Miguel Rojas (he/him/el) holds a Bachelor’s in Agricultural Engineering with a major in agricultural industries from Chapingo Autonomus University in Mexico (1984). He has been involved in local community activities since then. For the last seven years, Jose Miguel has developed a strong passion for Spanish-speaking families in Washington. He is currently serving as a community health worker for the Family Support Partnership of TPCHD, and as executive director for Esperanza Mobil Family Resource Center whose mission is to serve the Spanish-speaking community in Pierce County. He has also been a certified Triple P Provider since 2021 in six different levels. His job is to serve his community, helping to access the resources that various organizations and the government provide for people and their families. Jose and his community are committed to fighting inequity and justice. He believes in helping people in need, in assisting recently arrived immigrants and helping them in the process of adapting to a new culture.