Providing information to students when and where they need it has been the key component of UTSA’s Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) grant.
I am a higher education professional with over 8 years experience in student programming, advising, and coordinating. In my current role, I am responsible for planning and managing projects, assisting with grant management, developing training & marketing for newly released resources, organizing campus community outreach events, and assisting with the social media and news blog.
Prior to joining the Office of Information Technology, I worked in student development and advising at the San Antonio Education Partnership and the federal TRIO program at UTSA. I received my B.B.A in Management and M.Ed. in Educational Leadership & Policy Study from UTSA.
Through my career in higher education I have gained experience collaborating and building networks with other departments and organization to facilitate accurate information, a strong sense of details and thorough in obtaining information and related data for specific projects, and persistence in tracking and completing research and performing any necessary follow-up task. Additionally I have strong time management skills, am motivated to acquire new technical skills, have the ability to create effective presentation visual aids and possess a high work ethic and commitment to student success.
When advising teams are empowered to participate in professional development opportunities, they can share best practices that help advance student success.
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