Karla T. Vasquez is the creator of SalviSoul, a cookbook project documenting the stories of Salvadoran women, their recipes and Salvadoran food ways. Karla is a food justice advocate, a food historian and a proponent for healthy food accessibility in low-income communities. She specializes in community building, nutrition education, food history and health coaching. Karla has worked with Hunger Action Los Angeles, Los Angeles Food Policy Council, VELA, The Edible Apartment, Champions for Change and other social justice organizations where she has used her skills to organize outreach efforts, manage projects and lead community health initiatives. Most recently she was the Director of Community Programs at With Love Market & Cafe, a social enterprise addressing food justice issues in South LA. Karla holds a degree in Journalism and completed her culinary training at The New School of Cooking.