Ph.D. Education, Claremont Graduate University
M.Ed. Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, concentration in Higher Education, University of Washington
B.A. Sociology and Human Services, California State University, Fullerton
North University Hall
Understanding students and racial inequities in campus climates are central to my work as a higher education scholar-practitioner. Through my teaching and advising, I work with students to re-think and re-imagine transformative and equity-centered educational practices. My approaches to my teaching, research and service are deeply shaped by my experiences growing up in the city of La Puente, California, as a first-generation Chicana, and daughter of immigrants from Mexico. It is my hope that the students I work with see themselves as critical educational leaders, change agents, and believe in the strengths and knowledge they bring to the classroom.