In her line of work, Guerra is consistently reminded of the many harsh realities that children face. This can wear on her at times, but she chooses to use what she's learned throughout her career as a way to teach her daughter about things that may not otherwise be spoken of. "Even something so simple as, one of her Barbie dolls, it's arm got broke and she didn't want to play with it anymore. And I'm like, 'Well, you know, there are people who are born without an arm, or they don't have a leg, or they can't walk and we don't just throw them away…We want to be their friends too," said Guerra.
Making a difference in the lives of others, while producing smiles and laughs, is what Guerra aims to do. She hopes by doing so that the world is a better place for all. "I think when a community can work together, then it makes their people stronger," said Guerra.