Brimming with wisdom, experience, and a fierce resolve to shatter stereotypes, Mayra Olivares-Ureuta captivates us with her mission to dismantle institutional barriers and create a more inclusive future in higher education.
In today’s episode we talk about Mayra’s passion for increasing representation for Latine students and leaders throughout higher education, how she approaches imposter syndrome, and the power of children seeing their mothers as executives.
Olivares-Urueta, M. (2022, March 28). From at risk to at promise: Fighting fiercely for the community college students we have to safeguard the futures they deserve. Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 23, 2022 https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 24015
Olivares-Urueta, M. (2021). Mamis rising: Challenging the narrative of who belongs in community college administration. Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 28(2), 79-92. https://www.montezumapublishing.com/jarcc/issueabstracts/fall2021volume28issue2
Olivares-Urueta, M., & Allen, T.O.(2021). Community colleges leaders’ role in nourishing student success at HSIs. In R.T. Palmer, D.C. Maramba, T.O. Allen, & A.T. Arroyo (Eds.),Exploring the unknown: Understanding the work of student affairs professionals at Minority Serving Institutions. Routledge.
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