Please join us for the third of our hour-long conversations between LatinX alumni and current students. Through partnership with the LatinX Alumni Association and the Latin American Student Union (LASU), we are excited to offer monthly dialogues on topics including mental illness, machismo, careers, Latin representation in the media and many more.
For the September dialogue, we will discuss the importance and influence of the family unit in the LatinX experience. Reyna Johana Vazquez ’95 will facilitate the conversation and participants will be encouraged to explore how family has shaped their individual journeys. This is a space to share personal experiences as well as learn from fellow W&M students and alumni.
Please join us as we strive to build the LatinX student and alumni community at William & Mary.
Reyna is a 1995 graduate of W&M who retired after 21 years in law enforcement. She now serves as a Sr. Social Science Analyst for her agency in the District of Columbia. Reyna is the proud mother of three adult children and staunchly supports their own journeys in both academia and the professional world.