Sana DelCorazón (she/they) is the queer daughter of Puerto Rican migrants who grew up Pentecostal in Philadelphia. After earning a Master’s degree in Public Affairs and a Master’s in Clinical Social Work, Sana worked in social services and community mental health. Although this was satisfying work, God had another plan. In 2020 she finally pursued her call to parish ministry. Today Sana is a third-year seminary student at United Theological Seminary (UTS) pursuing a Master’s in Divinity. She is interested in the evolution of the church, and the intersection of racial justice, queer theology, reconciliation, and the beloved community. Sana currently lives with her spouse and son in Minneapolis, MN where is interning at Northeast United Methodist Church. Through Colectivo, Sana is excited about the opportunity to support and create space for LGBTQIA+ POC in embracing and accepting the inclusive love of God. She currently serves on the church council at Tabernacle United Church (her home church) in Philadelphia, PA, and board of Encuentros Latinx. Sana also coordinates the UCC student group and BIPOC caucus at UTS.