Stephanie Sherman is a queer, bilingual, bicultural, interdisciplinary feminist educator, choreographer, dancer, poet, and activist who creates collaborations between artivists across the Américas. She has been faculty at Mills College, the University of Texas El Paso, la Academia de la Danza Mexicana, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (Mexico), la Universidad de las Américas Puebla (Mexico). She has been a guest teacher at the Centro Universitario de Teatro at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) (Mexico) and the Universidad Central del Ecuador. She is currently an AIM member as a Hemispheric Encounters Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia University, where she is creating a transborder video-dance about accessibility with Deaf and disabled artists from Montreal and Mexico City. She will become faculty at California College in the Spring. She has a PhD in Performance Studies from UC Berkeley, an MFA in Dance from NYU, a BA in Hispanic Studies from Vassar College, and has received two Fulbright Awards (Mexico, Postdoctoral, 2018; Ecuador, 2006). During her Mexico Fulbright at the UNAM, she collaborated with Teatro Ciego, a blind theater company, on deconstructing gender through movement.