Adriana Naranjo graduated from University of California, Irvine with a double major in Psychology & Social Behavior and Chicano/Latino Studies in 2013. It was at UC Irvine where her passion in mentoring flourished.
Since then, she has worked in the non-profit sector as a coordinator for a higher education mentoring program and as a case manager for the mentoring organization Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County. Adriana is a current graduate student in the department of counseling at SFSU and a graduation specialist for both the Undergraduate Advicing Center and the College of Ethnic Studies. She looks forward to working with you!
Vanessa Rodriguez, while originally from Los Angeles, has lived most of her life in the Midwest. She studied Psychology and Anthropology at Creighton University, located in Omaha, Nebraska. Vanessa’s love for developing genuine relationships has led her to work with youth in the foster care system, Girl Scouts, college students, and other underserved populations.
In her free time, she can be found watching Netflix, doing yoga, traveling, and going on random adventures. With her exciting return to the West Coast, Vanessa can’t wait to build new advising relationships and help you navigate the world of higher education.