Student success is my number one priority. As the first in my family to graduate college, I am passionate about providing academic and equitable resources to all students.
I received my Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Teaching and Learning Bilingual Ed from California State University, Channel Islands (CSUCI). After completing my undergraduate education, I returned to the Bay Area to work at the Stanford Teacher Education Program, where I had the opportunity to work closely with K-12 districts and pre-service teachers. In 2017, I received my Masters in Mexican American Studies with an emphasis in Education from San Jose State University (SJSU). My culminating project focused in the historical and contemporary parallels between immigration and education policy when it comes to educational equity for Latinx students. This work lead me to mentor and teach Undocumented Students at University of California, Davis. Using a holistic approach, I supported students from various immigrant backgrounds by providing academic, mental, emotional, and financial programs and resources.
Using these experiences, I am excited to support pre-education and pre-speech pathology students along with the amazing Academic Advising team at Nevada State College.