Alexa Botelho is an enthusiastic collaborator on this project. Her academic and professional experiences explore the coexistence of people, the natural environment, and the built environment. Alexa previously worked on El Teide volcano assessing its diagnostics. This became her thesis, which communicates volcanic observations to support policies aiding human-earth coexistence. Additionally, alongside Professor Palmar Álvarez-Blanco, Alexa developed a bilingual film forum curriculum encouraging students and community members to study leaders in environmental advocacy, engage criticism of social-media representations of global movements, and generate solutions to global challenges. Alexa currently works in New York City development/construction with hopes of bringing an environmental consciousness to urban spaces. Outside of work, she volunteers with the Young Center as a Child Advocate for unaccompanied immigrant children.