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Experiences

Career Coach | Diversity and Inclusion Educator | Higher Education Professional

Fairfield University Class of 2014 | MAGIS SCHOLAR | Honors Program

Academic Background

Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Spanish Minor: Educational Studies

💻📚 Academic Research is focused on Identity and Transnational Global Politics,

Equity and Inclusion for Marginalized Students in Higher Education, Collective Memory & Historical Studies of Spain and Paraguay 🇵🇾


Professional Background

Program Coordinator, Multicultural Center, The University of Scranton

Academic Counselor, Project Excel, TRIO Student Support Services Program, Fairfield University

Secondary Spanish Teacher, Cross, South Carolina, Teach For America 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS & HONORS


  • Honor Societies: Alpha Mu Gamma (Language Honor Society), Psi Chi (Psychology Honor Society),

  • Dean’s List

    Award for Outstanding Work in Spanish

  • Christopher B. Love Award for High Achievement

  • Prestigious Awards:

    Benjamin A. Gilman Alumna & Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Alumna

  • Study Abroad: Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, WT Morris Study Abroad Scholarship, 

  • Fairfield University:

    Stag Student Leadership Scholarship

  • 1,000 +

    Students Worked with

    20 +

    Workshops & Presentations done

    $100,000 +

    in Scholarships

    PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS

    OVER THE COURSE OF MY CAREER I HAVE HAD THE PRIVILEGE TO LEAD SESSIONS AT VARIOUS UNIVERSITIES AND CONFERENCES

    • “Across Political Divisions: The Lasting Appeal of the “Tangle of Pathology;” Race, Poverty, and Family in American Politics” at The 5th Annual American Studies Conference (March 2017, total participants: 50)

    • “Access, Equity, and a Diverse Leadership Pipeline” at Global MindED Conference (Denver Colorado, June 2016, Total Participants: 30)

    • “Identity and Space Politics in Inclusion and Solidarity” at PA-NAME (Pennsylvania Chapter – National Association for Multicultural Education Conference) (April 2016, total participants: 25)

    • “How To Leverage Study Abroad Experiences For Employers in the United States” workshop with Center for Career Development at The University of Scranton (April 2016, total participants: 12)

    • “Communication Across Differences” for Club Council at The University of Scranton (March 2016, total participants: 55)

    • “1st Impressions: Social Identity Development” at Ignite Student Leadership Conference, The University of Scranton (February 2016 total participants: 30)

    • “Paraguay: Raza paraguaya es vencer o morir” for Global Insights Program at The University of Scranton (February 2016, total participants: 60)

    • “Multicultural Competency” Training for Student officers at The University of Scranton (November 2015, total participants: 25)

    • “Starting Your Movement“ at Building Bridges: Ally Development Institute, The University of Scranton (October 2015, total participants: 25)

    • “Assessments… The Big Picture” for Professional Development for teachers at Cross High School (Spring 2015)

    INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES

    Australian Catholic University – Study Abroad, Fall 2012 Brisbane, Australia

    Pablo de Olavide University – Study Abroad, Spring 2013 Seville, Spain

    Universidade Federal de Lavras – Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, 2018, Minas Gerais, Brazil

    CAPSTONE & RESEARCH PROJECTS

    American Studies Course / Final Research Paper – AS 484, “Latinidad in Prime-Time Television and Campaign Ad”, May 2017

    Senior Honors Project/Spanish Major Final Undergraduate Capstone Project – SP 381, Contemporary Cultural Representation of the Spanish Civil War, May 2014 “La memoria colectiva, histórica, y falsa de la guerra civil española del cine contemporáneo”

    Psychology Major Final Undergraduate Capstone Project – PY 331, Abnormal Child Psychology Senior Seminar December 2013, “Final Case of a Child”

    Honors Seminar Final Undergraduate Research Paper – HR 202, Family Values and American Politics December 2013, “Does the Tangle of Pathology Still Resonate in Contemporary Political Discourse?”

    SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

    I would love to connect with you about the opportunity to present at your school, university, or event.

    Topics I could present a workshop/training on:

     💻 Undergraduate Admissions for High School Upperclassmen

    💻 Job Application Process (Resume, Cover Letter, and Interview Prep)

    💻 Prestigious Grants/Fellowships (Gilman & Fulbright Scholarships)

    💻 Study Abroad OpportunitiesSkills for students (time management, note-taking, and interpersonal communication)

    💻 Multicultural Competency (train students and staff to have intercultural awareness on campus and in the workforce

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