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Years at HNHS: 2
Education: B.A. in History, Spanish and Comparative Area Studies from Duke University and M.A. in School Counseling from Trinity College
A Holy Names woman is … impressive.
My favorite tradition at Holy Names is: attending the many assemblies and events that showcase the talents of our student community.
Fun Fact: I’m an Oakland native and could not imagine a better place to live and raise my three children. When not with the girls of Holy Names, I’m likely baby wrangling, gardening or enjoying the city.
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Years at HNHS: 8
Education: B.A. in Psychology, M.S. in Counseling, and Pupil Personnel Services Credential from San Francisco State University
What drew you to Holy Names? My first experience at Holy Names was as a guest speaker in the Health classes when I was the Education Coordinator at the Contra Costa Crisis Center. The students at Holy Names stood out among the hundreds of students I spoke with each year because of their insightful questions, active participation, and eagerness to learn. I chose to work at Holy Names because of the warm welcome I received as a guest, and the passion and commitment to learning that was shown by students and faculty.
What woman in your life or throughout history do you most admire? I admire my great grandmother who came to the United States from the Philippines as a widow with five children. She bought a house so that her children and grandchildren would always have a place to live. To this day the house remains within the family, and every generation has lived there at one time or another. It represents stability and comfort no matter what challenges you are going through in your life.
My favorite tradition at HNHS is: the Junior Ring Ceremony, which to me symbolizes growth, maturity, and sisterhood among the members of the class.