Eloisa Gómez is co-author of, Somos Latinas: Voices of Wisconsin Latina Activists which won a 2019 “IPPY” Gold Medal Award (Women’s Studies) and First Place (Social Justice Category) from the 2019 Next Generation Indie Awards. Eloisa is a public speaker on the book and enjoys writing poetry. Her poem, Charlie's Coat, is included in the Bards against Hunger Chapbook – 2018 Wisconsin Edition (Local Gems Press, November, 2018). Eloisa was selected as a writer in residence in November 2018 by Write On Door County, a non-profit literary promotion organization in Fish Creek, Wisconsin.
She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is the former Director of U.W. Extension-Milwaukee County, and is Chair of Comité por el Voto Latino/Latinx Voter Outreach, a committee of the League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County. She continues to research Latina activism and receives poetry coaching from the Dr. Debra Vest of Vest Conservatory for Writers.