I worked at the university of Arkansas for more than 5 years; first as a program coordinator for the Office of International Students & Scholars and later on as the Associate Director for Leadership Education & Development at the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education; as well as an adjunct faculty teaching classes that dealt mainly with multiculturalism, Language learning and instructional technology. I have a vast experience coordinating mentoring programs for underrepresented students. I also have a vast experience coordinating cultural college and community programs. I now lead the new Hispanic Outreach and Retention Office at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, GA.
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