Alexandra Campos Castillo

Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Education

Bachelors of Arts | Georgia College and State University | Class of 2016 | English Major, Minors in Latin American/Latino Studies and Spanish.

Of Note

Americorps Volunteer In Service To America – 2016-2017

GCSU Goizueta Foundation Scholar – Fall 2012-Spring 2016

President’s List: Spring 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2015

Dean’s List: Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Spring 2015, Spring 2016

Latino Student Association – President 2013-2016

Safe Space Certified [LGBTQ’] – Georgia College Fall 2014

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society – Vice President 2013-2014

Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society 2014-2016

Student Oriented Activities & Resources Mentorship Program- 2012-2016

Research Interests

Throughout her Undergraduate career, Alexandra had interests in Identity and Place in Latinx/Chicanx Literature. She authored studies such as “Latinidad: Intersectional Latinx Identities in Spoken Word Poetry,” which was presented at the National Conference for Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education in 2016, and “Theories of Time and Place in relation to Culture and Identity in Chicana Feminist Literature.” In her professional work, she is now interested in researching educational pedagogy around Civic Engagement, Leadership, and organizational theory.