Agueda has worked in the field to end sexual violence since 2006, when she began volunteering on the hotline at Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) in Boulder County. From 2011-2015, she worked in a paid staff position at MESA providing direct client services to survivors of sexual violence through case management and advocacy; managing their 24-hour English and Spanish crisis line; coordinating, training, and supervising advocates; providing community outreach and education to the Latino/Hispanic community; and collaborating with other community services providers through the local sexual assault response team and other efforts. Agueda’s experience also includes working for the Women, Infant and Children program in Denver. She received a B.S. in Health Care Management and Nutrition from Metropolitan State College of Denver and a Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Gender-Based Violence from the University of Colorado-Denver. Agueda is a native of Honduras and is bilingual in both English and Spanish. She is passionate about helping all survivors, especially when she is able to help them in Spanish, her native language. Agueda is committed to advocate for under-served communities across Colorado.