She sat in the lobby of the Viya building for an interview with The Consortium on Wednesday, ready to tell her story. Moments earlier, she had spoken with some hospital employees who had yet to receive unemployment after being let go from the Juan F. Luis Hospital, assuring them, “I am now your voice.” Astutely she sat, her eyes giving away a passion and determination to do something about the state of the territory. She came off as bold and intelligent, and as someone who knew her stuff. This reporter hurled a few pointed questions at her, attempting to learn of her preparation for the office that she seeks. Each time, however, the interviewee did not only answer the questions, she gave rare answers that, if implemented, could shift the territory upwards.