Why I Serve in the National Coalition Building Institute

In 2017, I applied, was selected, and joined Fresno State's local chapter of the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) to continue my education in conflict resolution, team building, and to become culturally aware of my surroundings.

I currently assist the program as a facilitator for workshops and training under Fresno State's Cross Cultural and Gender Center

Wednesday December 11, 2013

Why I Teach at UOP

I love teaching students in new environments and spaces.  University of Phoenix is such a place because it offers students a new way to learn and collaborate.

Saturday May 04, 2013

Why I Serve in Mediator Mentors

In 2013, as part of my education at Fresno State and as part of my core belief system, I volunteered to serve in Fresno State's Mediator Mentor Program and continue to serve as a technology consultant and trainer to this day.

This program is one of my most cherished life experiences.  Ever.

Wednesday May 04, 2011

Why I Became a Peer Wellness Ambassador

I became a Peer Wellness Ambassador at Fresno State because I value community service and healthy living.  As a Wellness Ambassador I was able to share my experiences and knowledge in wellness, practice team collaboration, and lead meetings.

Why I Earned a Bachelor of Science

Growing up in the Silicon Valley I was surrounded by innoventions and technology. Such experiences lead me to pursue a degree in Computer Science and a career in technology, education, business solutions, information systems, and technology.

Overview of CSU-LSAMP Fresno State

The LSAMP program supports comprehensive attention to those processes and factors that promote baccalaureate attainment, preparation for graduate study, and preparation for successful careers by students within alliances.  

Undergraduate LSAMP program activities include:

Why I Served

I have always loved teaching and community service. In 2005-06 I served the Fresno State campus and its students as a Microsoft Student Ambassador (MSA), now called a Microsoft Student Partner (MSP). 

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