The Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies Career Conversations Series presents
Alán Díaz-Santana ’18, Ava Tomasula y Garcia ’17, Nicolas Aramayo ’17, and Ivetty Estepan ‘18:
“Closing Panel on Latinx Student Experiences at Yale and Post-Yale.”
Join us for an informal Yale career and post-Yale journey conversation with four Yale College alumni: Alán Díaz-Santana ’18, Ava Tomasula y Garcia ’17, Nicolas Aramayo ’17, and Ivetty Estepan ‘18. Below are their bios. This event is co-sponsored by La Casa Cultural and it will be moderated by Yale Professor Moira Fradinger.
- Alán Díaz-Santana ’18 (he/his) is a teaches high school geography in Alamo, TX and is an Executive Board Member, American Federation of Teachers.
- Ava Tomasula y Garcia ’17 (she/her) is a PhD Candidate at Columbia University. She formerly was an Immigration and Labor Organizer with Centro de Trabajadores Unidos.
- Nicolas Aramayo ‘17 (they/them) is a paralegal with ACLU’s Human Rights Program, and they do a lot of organizing, educating, and facilitating around racial justice, gender affirming healthcare, and labor issues.
- Ivetty Estepan ‘18 (she/hers) is the Director of Partnerships & Community Outreach at Upsolve & a Social impact Adviser at Inspire Justice. Most of her work surrounds applying sociological frameworks to build diversity, equity, and inclusion for marginalized communities across different industries.