Jovana Lopez (Spanish)
Jovana’s graduate research project is devoted to studying the transnational writings of Caribbean women writers. Jovana has presented her research at the Fresno State Graduate Symposium and is the co-founder and past president of A.P.C.E. (Asociación para la promoción de las culturas en español), with which she organized multiple ASI-sponsored events on campus. Jovana has worked as a TA teaching Spanish to Fresno State and University High school students, and she has played an extraordinary service role for the Spanish-speaking community on campus as a reporter for La Voz de Aztlán, a co-facilitator for Entre Mujeres- Latinx Support group-, and an instructional staff and former peer advisor at C.A.M.P. (College Assistance Migrant Program), and a student lead coordinator at the Cross Cultural and Gender Center, where her services have been recognized with the “Cross Cultural Interaction Recognition Award."