Paulina Guerrero is a PhD candidate in folklore at Indiana University. My interests are in women's occupational folklore, food sustainability, Afro-Caribbean music, and urban folklore. I have experience in public programming, festival planning, curating, and fundraising.
Currently, she is a Wing Fellow at the Maryland Historical Society. She is also working on her dissertation about the Smith Island Women's Crab Co-op in the Chesapeake Bay. Her masters project was about plenero street musicians in Puerto Rico. She is involved in various freelance and contract projects throughout the Washington D.C. area.