As Administrative Coordinator, Guadalupe, works with the Executive Director and the 100Kin10 Management Team to provide logistical support and project management assistance. Guadalupe handles a broad range of responsibilities and activities in order to maximize time and effectiveness. As well as providing support to special projects throughout the organization.
Guadalupe has previous experience in working as a worksite monitor at Center for Family Life, constituent services at a City Council Member district office, and most recently as an office assistant at Baruch College’s Department of Modern Language and Comparative Literature.
Guadalupe studied Public Affairs and Information Technology and Social Responsibility at Baruch College, City University of New York, with a strong interest in advocacy and analysis of public policy. This interest led Guadalupe to her passion in seeking to have a positive impact on society specifically in public and nonprofit organizations. Guadalupe is a native New Yorker. Guadalupe never gets tired of exploring the diverse culture in New York by eating in different restaurants.
Why do you think STEM Education is so important?
My parents are immigrants from Mexico, and through the STEM subjects they were able to support and engage in my education activities. Whether it was supporting me with my math homework or their support with science projects. The STEM fields allowed me to build a stronger bond with them. I also believe STEM education engages students by preparing them with critical thinking, problem solving, and many other skills that can be applied to school, work, and life.