Ann Aviles de Bradley is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies at Northeastern Illinois University. Her research focuses on examining policies, services, and programs that impact the educational opportunities and mental health of homeless youth of color. Her research also addresses the topics of Latina/o education, education policy, educational equity, school–community partnerships, Critical Race Theory, youth development, and mental health. Dr. Aviles de Bradley’s recent publications include “Homeless Educational Policy: Exploring a Racialized Discourse Through a Critical Race Theory Lens” in Urban Education. She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the Educational Foundations program at Northeastern Illinois University.