Michael Singh is a doctoral degree candidate in the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Berkeley. He is enrolled in the Designated Emphasis program in Women, Gender, & Sexuality and a graduate fellow at UC Berkeley’s Institute for the Study of Societal Issues. His work looks at the cultural production of the image of the Latino male mentor. His dissertation research is an ethnographic case study of an urban school district’s Latino male mentorship program and the way the program envisions the problems of Latino boys and the embodied solutions of Latino male mentors. His work brings an intersectional approach to the cultural politics of Latino male mentorship and explores the way the image of the male mentor is implicated in the distribution of educational resources as well as the reproduction of gender norms in schools. Michael was born and raised in Woodland, California near Sacramento.