Current and Interested Students
Welcome to the Educational Foundations program! We are the cabinet for the Student Led-EDFN program. Since this Master's program does not have a cohort based system, we decided to work together to create a quasi-format organization to facilitate the interaction between us students.
This club is a way for those who are currently in or interested in joining the EDFN graduate program to get information and support from fellow students. Our group will either give you an answer to your question, or find someone who may have the answer. Any individuals please feel free to contact one of the members of our board.
The following are some members of our current cabinet:
Christopher S. Reynoso
- Expected graduation date: May 2022, with a thesis!
- Research interests: college access, undocumented students, first-generation college students
- Goals: Director of a college access program, and a Ph.D!
- Important identities: queer, first-generation graduate student, immigrant
- Contact information: [email protected]
Hello! I'm Chris, a current first-year graduate student in the EDFN program. I hold a BA in Psychology and Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies from Loyola Marymount University. I am really passionate about access to higher education for disenfranchised communities. As a queer, immigrant, first-generation college student, I want to support others in their journey to higher ed. if that is the path they choose to take. I currently work as a College Counselor with a non-profit school network supporting students on this journey. I love to travel, work out, and eat! Feel free to reach out with any questions about the program, or ideas for events that we can host to support you.