Roselia conducts culturally-grounded, communication research that can enhance minoritized communities’ academic, relational, and mental wellbeing. She has studied the ways in which family members and mono-English speakers communicate support to Latina/o/x/e language brokers. She is also further exploring the experiences of separated Latina/o/x/e immigrant families who have undergone stepwise migration. Ultimately, her goal is to uncover assets and resources at multiple levels (e.g., intrapersonal, interpersonal, community, institutional, and policy) that can reduce academic and health inequities among Latinx/e communities in the United States. She uses both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, including but not limited to longitudinal surveys, focus groups, individual interviews (virtual and face-to-face), and cross-sectional surveys to explore attitudes and behaviors on Latina/o/x/e individuals and families. She analyzes her data to produce practical recommendations for key stakeholders such as community members, therapists, and community organizations.