In my role, I provide an array of direct individual career advising to undergraduates, graduates as well as alumni both in-person and online. My Career Interest Communities are Education and Human Services, as well as Policy, Law, and Public Safety. I work in collaboration with campus partners, an Advisory Board, and student organizations to create career focus programs.
Prior to this role, I worked at Rutgers University-Newark as a Career Counselor and as a Supervisor for Fraternities and Sororities for three years. Prior to coming to Rutgers, I worked under the Division of Mental Health at the Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital as an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Officer.
I possess an MA in Labor Studies from Rutgers University-New Brunswick and a BA in Labor Relations/Sociology from Universidad de Puerto Rico – Rio Piedras, PR.
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