Angelina Gonzalez-Aller is a Ph.D. candidate and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Doctoral Fellow at the University of New Mexico. She holds a Master's Degree in public policy. In 2013, Angelina completed a congressional fellowship in the office of U.S. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard where she worked on labor, housing, and health policy, including the development of the 2014 Health Equity and Accountability Act. As a scholar of American government, Angelina studies the relationship between representation of women and racial and ethnic minorities and public policy. Angelina is also a teaching associate and has taught courses on public policy and American politics.