Guatu Ke Ini Inaru’s colonial name is Ramona Ferreyra. She is a social entrepreneur and Founder of Ojala Threads and Save Section 9. A doodler, historian, poet, advocate and defender, Guatuke identifies as Hispanic, indigenous, and disabled. She sees Ojala Threads as a love letter to her ancestors, and her descendants. She impacts policymaking in the areas of criminal justice reform, public housing and public transportation. Guatuke tweaked her leadership style at Harvard’s Kennedy School and Center for Creative Leadership. She previously led outreach efforts for the FBI and Department of Defense focused on community engagement and environmental resilience. She learned everything about retail while working at the Gap for nine years.