Healthcare and Wellness; Social and Behavioral Sciences;
Liberal Arts; exploring and undecided students
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I migrated with my family to the United States when I was 8 years old. I am a graduate of Central Washington University, where I received my bachelor of science in Interdisciplinary Studies. For seven years in Washington State, I worked for a non-profit organization within low-income housing called the Kent Youth and Family Services (KYFS). KYFS has programs like afterschool and outreach, which provides recreational, social, academic, and life skill activities for K-12 youth. Most of the youth in the KYFS program have marginalized identities, which include first-generation, low-income, and students with disabilities.
I later went to the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) and received my Master of Art in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership. During my time at UNC, I worked as a Graduate Hall Director/ University Apartments Manager. I also interned with Career Services as a Career Counselor. In my free time, I enjoy spending quality time with family/friends, basketball, stand-up comedy (make fun of myself!), hiking, and breaking downing systemic oppression barriers. I was a TRiO Educational Planner at Green River College before coming to Normandale Community College.
I enjoy working in higher education because of the impact I can make in the lives of students I work with, and the impact they have on me, too. I think our students are interesting, smart, and the change we need in the future.
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