For the average Miamian, the name "Aimee Carrero" probably doesn't ring a bell. But if you've got kids in your life — especially if those kids are into cartoon princesses — you've almost certainly heard her voice. For years, Carrero has voiced Elena of Avalor on the Disney animated series of the same name, making her the real-life person behind the Mouse's first Latina princess. And last year, she landed another epic role: She-Ra, Princess of Power, on Netflix's reboot of the classic '80s cartoon. Carrero, who was born in 1988, wasn't around to witness the first run of that show, which introduced She-Ra, twin sister of the bowl-cut bro He-Man, who fights to free her planet from tyrannical rule. Still, between her barrier-busting Disney role and her turn as a badass revolutionary, Carrero is helping redefine the traditional idea of a princess.