Amanda E. Gray is a researcher, writer, and documentarian. She earned her BA in legal studies and sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her MA in American studies and Mexican American studies at The University of Texas at Austin, where she will complete her PhD in May 2019. Currently, Gray is a Medical Humanities Predoctoral Teaching Fellow at Earlham College. Her scholarship explores the experiences of predominantly Mexican and Mexican American caregivers, home healthcare workers, and home health practitioners in Texas through an analysis of federal and state healthcare policy, labor laws, and community cultural practices. She examines the historically gendered and racialized labor force of the fastest growing industry in the United States utilizing oral history and feminist methodologies to promote spaces of visibility and community collaboration. Her research, documentary film work, and digital humanities projects have been supported by the Inter-University Program for Latino Research / Andrew G. Mellon Dissertation Fellowship, The HASTAC Scholars Fellowship, Louann Atkins Temple Fellowship in American Studies, and the College of Liberal Arts Humanities Media Project Grant at The University of Texas at Austin. In addition to her academic projects, she has produced, directed, and edited several short documentary films focused on art, education, community activism, and environmental justice. She developed her most recent documentary project entitled, Home while living with her grandmother and great grandmother with end stage Alzheimer’s disease. Gray’s commitment to social justice and accessible community-based knowledge production is a core principle of her scholarship and pedagogy.