Board of Directors

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Christina Mun-Lutz

Secretary & Treasurer, VIDA Review Editor-in-Chief
Christina Mun-Lutz is a Korean-American poet and lives in St. Petersburg, FL. Originally hailing from Columbus, OH, she received her BA from The Ohio State University and later attended the University of South Florida for her MFA in poetry. Her work has appeared in Puerto del Sol, RHINO, Juked, Spoon River Poetry Review, and elsewhere.
Christina Mun-Lutz

Héctor Ramírez

Vice President, VIDA Events Director
Héctor Ramírez is a Xicano writer and educator and a child of immigrants. He started working with VIDA on the Events Committee in 2015, and is currently VIDA’s Events Director and Board of Directors Vice President. Originally from Covina, CA, Héctor received his BA in Literary Arts from Brown University in 2012, and his MFA...
Héctor Ramírez

Kamden Hilliard

Board of Director
Kamden Ishmael Hilliard is a black, nonbinary settler from Hawai’i; they currently live in Cleveland, Ohio, where they are the Anisfield-Wolf Fellow in Publishing and Writing at the Cleveland State University Poetry Center. Kam holds a BA in American Studies from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa and an MFA in Poetry from the Iowa...

Sara Iacovelli

President, VIDA Count Director
Sara Iacovelli has been volunteering with VIDA since 2014 and is currently the VIDA Count Director and President of the Board of Directors. She grew up outside New York City and slowly migrated west until she found herself in Alaska. She works as an elementary school teaching assistant, and sometimes as a bartender, depending on...
Sara Iacovelli

Tatiana Johnson-Boria

Board of Director
Tatiana (she/her/hers) is a writer, artist and educator. Her writing explores identity, trauma, especially inherited trauma, and what it means to heal. She completed her MFA in Creative Writing at Emerson College and is a 2021 Tin House Scholar. She’s received honorable mention for the 2020 Academy of American Poets Prize, is a 2020 Best...
Tatiana Johnson-Boria