Salina Almanzar (sah-lee-nah ahll-mun-czar)(she/her) is a Puerto Rican and Dominican artist, muralist, and educator. Her personal art and scholarship examine the intersections of Latinidad and feminism often working with family photos and memorabilia and historical documents. She is specifically interested in what it means to be ni de aqui y ni de alla, meaning being part of a diaspora that is between spaces and between cultures. She is from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and has a Bachelor's in Studio Art and English Literature from Franklin and Marshall College and a Masters in Arts Administration from Drexel University. Her research while at Drexel University focused on Creative Placemaking in the Lancaster Latinx community. Her murals and public artworks can be found in Lancaster City, Lancaster County, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.