buy cheap Quetiapine online Yolanda Stephanie De Loera ’14, ’19, a first-generation scholar and proud daughter of Mexican immigrants Jose De Loera and Yolanda Escobar, earned her doctoral degree from the School of Education University of Redlands, specializing in leadership for educational justice. Prior to entering the Ed.D. program, Yolanda earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science and Chicana/o studies with a minor in labor work studies from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Master of Arts in Education in school counseling and a Pupil Personnel Services Credential from the University of Redlands.
buy Keppra generic De Loera’s doctoral research is guided by the Latino critical race (LatCrit) and Chicana feminist theoretical frameworks. For her dissertation, she conducted a case study inquiry on the experiences of first-generation Chicanas/Latinas in higher education and how these experiences impacted their learning, relationships, critical consciousness, and overall well-being.
Currently, De Loera works as a full-time high school counselor at Indio High School for the last four years, where she challenges stigmas about students of color pursuing higher education. She is also a graduate research assistant for the Rochford College Access Program in partnership with the University of Redlands and Redlands Unified School District and an American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education Fellow.