71: Networking and Conferencing 101 with Dra. Ana Guerrero
In this episode, we have another guest, Dra. Ana Guerrero who shares all about academic networking and conferencing and how to put yourself out there as a first-gen student.
Ana is a PhD graduate from the UC Santa Barbara Department of Education where she conducted longitudinal research on the narratives of first-gen Latinx students’ college and career aspirations development and identity development.
She received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from UC Berkeley and her master’s degree in Education from UC Santa Barbara.
Ana has supported first-gen high school students and their families prepare and apply to college in both English and Spanish. She has also worked with HSI initiatives supporting first-gen college students’ college transition and graduate school preparation, while also supporting transfer students’ transition to the research university at UCSB.
Ana’s professional, academic, and personal experiences inform her commitment to advocate and further equity and inclusion in higher ed, especially in graduate school. Tune in and follow @firstgen_resilience to learn more!
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