Dahlia González is a doctoral student in the School Psychology doctoral program. She received a BS degree in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago in 2016 and her MS degree in Educational Psychology from UW–Madison in 2018. Dahlia is interested in the social and cultural influences and education theories that impact the educational services of diverse learners, and developing her skills as a culturally responsive clinician in her work with students. Dahlia has worked with linguistically and ethnically diverse student populations, including work in a dual language elementary school and at a community mental health center. Her dissertation research will explore the school climate experiences of Latinx dual language students.