Cara Flores-Mays is a mother and small-business owner specializing in web and media production. She is also a community advocate and a core member of We Are Guåhan, a local activist group that advocates the protection and preservation of Guam’s land, language, culture and history, especially in light of the proposed military buildup. She was instrumental in We Are Guahan’s work to sue the Department of Defense over its proposed use of the ancient village site of Pagat for military training activities. She also produced We Are Pågat with Jason Triplett, a short film that documents the efforts to save Pågat from the potentially destructive impact of the military’s training. Mays is currently involved in the production of Nihi, a local educational children’s show that features Chamorro language and songs.