Tonia Guida is a doctoral candidate in Social Science Comparative Education with a concentration in Race and Ethnicity at the University of California Los Angeles and she also holds a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from The University of Texas at Austin. Her dissertation examines the racial ideologies of white undergraduate women on a historically white campus and her research agenda more broadly entails critical whiteness studies, racial ideologies, and developing more racially and socially just campus environments. Her most recent scholarship has been featured in the Review of Higher Ed, Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, and Community College Review. Concurrently, she serves as a teaching assistant for qualitative methods in education courses. Prior to this, she participated and worked in outreach and mentorship programs like the Early Academic Outreach Program and the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program for over 7 years.