Carmen Rivera started her career as an advisor for the Upward Bound program, serving first-generation and lower income high school students and continued working with TRiO and access programs for over 13 years. She then served as the director of Student Experience at INTO Colorado State University. Currently, she serves as the talent manager for organizational development for the Division of Student Affairs at CSU. She is also a current doctoral student in the Higher Education Leadership program at CSU. In addition to her roles at CSU, she is a faculty member for the Social Justice Training Institute, a co-lead facilitator for the LeaderShape Institute, and a consultant in the areas of diversity, social justice, and leadership.
Rivera earned her bachelors degree from the University of Northern Colorado in Spanish and Hispanic studies and her masters degree in student affairs in higher education from Colorado State University.
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