The ULAA Ad Hoc Committee on Nominations and Elections thanks the UCLA Alumni Latino community and other participating alumni for the exceptional participation and engagement in the 2018-19 Executive Officers and Chairs election.
Over 1,000 of you took the time to make your voices heard in selecting the new leadership team. We look to your continued engagement in the coming year by joining one of the five (5) standing committees, email: email@example.com, or volunteering to assist with events like Fiesta de Inspiración, which are part of our strong legacy in supporting students through scholarships, mentorship, and advocacy. We look to Latino Bruins of all generations to support this leadership team as we seek to harness the energy created by this election.
Here are your newly elected executive officers and chairs.
President, Soleil Delgadillo '09
Vice President, Janette Alvarez '98, M.U.R.P. '01
Secretary, Karla Lopez Aguinaga '16
Community Relations Chair, Erika Aspericueta '05
University Relations Chair, Sergio Valenzuela '13
Scholarship Chair, Maritza Cha '05, M.Ed. '07
Finance Chair, Luisa Garcia '10
The Ad Hoc Committee on Nominations and Election
Seira Santizo Greenwood, ULAA University Relations Chair
Araceli Almazan, ULAA Membership Committee member
Gwendelyn Rivera, ULAA Scholarship Committee Member
Richard Salazar, ULAA University Relations Committee Member
Carlos Valle, ULAA Elections Committee Member
David P. Morgan, Director, Community Engagement, Diversity Programs
18th Annual Raza Weekend
You are a vital component in the recruitment process showing potential students the benefits of a UCLA education and our strong Bruin family
You are a vital component in the recruitment process showing potential students the benefits of a UCLA education and our strong Bruin family.
In order to provide a holistic introduction to the college experience, MEChA de UCLA historically invites UCLA alumni and current students to engage with admitted students. Our Lantinx and Xicanx alumni are highly valued as positive role models who impart indispensable advice and demonstrate how to succeed as students at UCLA.
It's that time again to select our next UCLA Latino Alumni Association, Freshman Scholarship recipients! We invite you to volunteer for our interview day on Sunday, April 2nd. We are looking for 15 -20 full day volunteers to help interview our future optimists. If you have been selected to be a volunteer we will send out confirmations on Wednesday, March 29th.
Sign up HERE.
If you're looking for other ways to get involved, please check out our "ULAA Get Involved" slide deck. Please reach out to the Chair directly to participate in their next meeting.
Also, make a profile on our new website: http://www.uclalatinoalumni.com/
Professors in the Pub is a new event series from the UCLA Alumni Diversity Programs that brings you one-hour, guided lecture style discussions and performances with your favorite professors on culturally varied subjects. Join us for an after-office-hours chat and catch up on the fascinating research and work done by UCLA faculty.
All events will include a short presentation by the professor and will be followed by open forum questions.
The History of UCLA
Tuesday, Feb. 21, 7 p.m.
10929 W Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif.
Join professor William Purdy, M.A. '03, Ph.D. '16 from the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies for a conversation on the very early history of the university. Learn more about your alma mater such as how World War I, the film industry and the 1919 flu pandemic impacted the university as well as how the institution came to be located in the heart of Westwood.
Queer Cats, Queer Bilingual Poetry
Wednesday, March 8, 7 p.m.
The Black Cat
3909 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif.
UCLA Chicana/o Studies professor, author and poet Alicia Gaspar de Alba, Ph.D. talks queer bilingual poetics with two former students now accomplished writers—Claudia Rodriguez '99 and Richard Villegas, Jr. '98. Join us on International Woman's Day at this historically relevant venue for a celebration of multiple and intersecting identities.
Save the Date: The Folklore of the Freeway
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
UCLA Latino Alumni Association is committed to connecting the thousands of alumni that have graduated from the prestigious UCLA institution. Collectively the ULAA community will serve as a resource to help each and every one of you get ahead in your goals and careers. Please join the UCLA Latino Alumni Association Network by registering in our website uclalatinoalumni.com
You will receive updates on events, news, and much more.
UCLA's Latino Alumni Association needs a few good Bruins.
In the pilot year of our OrgullOSO mentorship program for our scholarship recipients, ULAA is offering a series of events targeted to students' needs and development. The focus for winter quarter is career readiness and we can't do this without YOU!
You are cordially invited to attend the Networking Power Hour portion of the inaugural OrgullOSO Career Day. After brushing up their resumés and self-presentation skills, OrgullOSO scholars will practice networking with alumni they've never met - that means you.
This portion of the program will familiarize students with making connections in an open space, get them to practice their elevator pitches and break out of their comfort zones. If you'd like to help a new Bruin grow toward being a smart and savvy young professional, see the details below:
Sunday, Feb. 26