Suhaly Bautista-Carolina is a community organizer, educator, and spiritual herbalist. Born in New York City to AfroDominican parents, her work is rooted in harnessing the collective power of community. She has worked in various capacities with organizations such as the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI), The Brooklyn Museum, The Laundromat Project, Artspace, and The Brooklyn Children's Museum. Her photographic documents and writings have been published in La Galeria Magazine, United Nations’ International Museum of Women and Caribbean Vistas Journal. Suhaly is a Weeksville Ambassador and serves on the Advisory Boards to Black Girl Project and More Art. She earned her B.A. and MPA from NYU, where she was named one of “NYU’s 15 Most Influential Students.” In 2018, Suhaly founded Moon Mother Apothecary, a brand of 100% natural, hand-made, heart-centered, moon-powered herbal products inspired by her daughter, Luna.