Carolina Castilla is a development and behavioral economist with broad interests in gender and intra-household bargaining. She is the Richard M. Kessler Professor of Economics Studies at Colgate University and is an Adjunct Research Associate Professor at Cornell Dyson School and an Associate Editor at the Journal of Population Economics. She feels that there is a lack of diversity in the economics profession. She would like to do her part, even if small, to help change that. She is a triple minority (female, Latina, and 1st gen) and would love to help anyone like her (or not) navigate the economics profession.