Just returned home from a long and emotional day at work. A day in which I gave energy - and all my energy - to others. I was willing to do this for my students, colleagues, and friends. I am working through the paralyzing feeling of panic, fear, and disgust. I am trying to work … Continue reading I love you, fiercely.
I wanted to archive and share a post that really resonates with my professional identity. It is with great honor that I was able to post for the The Student Affairs Collective and the #SAsurvives initiative a couple weeks ago. Hopefully my voice to empower others. Here is a link http://studentaffairscollective.org/sasurvives-silence-gives-sexual-assault-power/
This morning, I was interviewed about my experiences as a first-generation student in relation to careers. I can't help but reflect on my interview and notice a theme. As a first-generation student, I come from humble beginnings; raised in a working class family where my father works as automotive technician and my mother as a … Continue reading How do I (fill in the blank)?