Patricia Escobar

Patricia Escobar

Director of the CCCC

I am deeply honored to hold the position of Director of the César Chávez Cultural Center. Together with an amazing staff of three lead staff, 14 work-study students and one Diversity Mentor, we daily tackle the mission of the CCCC. My favorite thing about the Center is the constant flow of students that engage in conversation, meet friends, study, work and form lifelong relationships with both staff and students.

Patricia Escobar

Eva Rodriguez

Hola! I love working at the César Chávez Cultural Center (CCCC) with students from all walks of life. I received my B.A. in Spanish with a minor in Criminal Justice, and M.A in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership (HESAL) from UNC. The Center is a “home away from home” for students and we strive to continuously make everyone feel welcome. I know the determination, commitment, and dedication it takes to succeed in higher education and I strive to help students see and meet their fullest potentials. SI SE PUEDE!

Yesenia Huizar-Escobedo:

Hi! I'm Yesenia and am a Junior majoring in Human Services and a double minor in Spanish and Sociology. I was born and raised in Colorado. I have been working at the Cesar Chavez Cultural Center for a year now and I love it. It is a home away from home. The staff and everyone at the center are so friendly and welcoming. Everyone come in and join us at the little house on the hill!!

Diana Casillas:

Hello, my name is Diana Casillas, I'm currently majoring in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. I was born and raised in Denver, Co. I consider myself Mexican American, both parents were born in Mexico one in Zacatecas and the other in Aguascalientes, so yes I'm a first generation student. I LOVE meeting new people so swing on by and I'll be more than happy to meet you!

Richard Medina:

My name is Richard Medina. I am a business administration major with an emphasis in accounting. My passion is to help the community around me and that is why I am apart of Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity Inc and Student Senate. 1st generation Cambodian-Mexican-American student.

Alexis Alarcon:

Hello, my name is Alexis Alarcon. I am a senior majoring in Mexican American Studies with an emphasis in Liberal Arts with minors in Criminal Justice and Legal Studies. I will be the first in my family to graduate from a four year university. I am involved in many organizations on campus and that has made my college experience great. The center has been a great support system for me throughout my college years and has been like another family.

Brandy Chaparro:

Hello! My name is Brandy, I am a first generation, junior at UNC; majoring in International Affairs and Political Science. Someday I will make a difference in my community through social and political change.


Cinthia Nevarez:

Hi, my name is Cinthia! I am a first generation Mexican American Latina from Glenwood Springs Colorado. My parents are from Chihuahua Mexico. This is my third year attending UNC as an Elementary Education major with endorsements in English as a Second Language, Bilingual Bicultural, and Spanish. I love meeting new people, so stop by the Center whenever you have a chance!


Miguel Coronado:

My name is Miguel Coronado. A third year student here at UNC. I am currently pursing a career in buisiness so I am majoring in General Business with a Global Business minor. I look to impact others students by generating a positive attitude and environment for students to feel welcomed in. What I love about the Cesar Chavez Culture Center is how culture is still valued and we are able to shine light to the underrepresented students on campus.

Jonathan Miles:

¿ Que pasa? My name is Jonathan Miles. Most on campus call me Jon Jon. I was born and raised in Aurora, Colorado. I am currently a sophomore with a major in Criminal Justice and a double minor in Africana studies and Spanish. I am passionate about working here at the Cesar Chavez center because I feel it gives me an opportunity to step outside of my cultural norms and embrace something new. I get the chance to emerge myself into a new culture, and collaborate my own culture to help diversify myself. I embrace everyday with a smile, and try to stay positive. ¡CCCC SE PUEDE!

Brenda Robles:

My name is Brenda Robles I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. I am the youngest child of 3 and the only girl, but I am also the first one to come to college and pursue a career. Currently I am a junior majoring in Criminal Justice with a minor in Spanish. I have been working at the César Chávez Cultural Center for a year and it has become my second home or as we say a home away from home. I am involved in LULAC, DSF, and Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honor Society.

Carla Corral:

Hey There Friends! My name is Carla Corral and I am currently a sophomore studying Sport and Exercise Science with an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy with a minor in Nutrition. I am a California native born in Santa Maria but raised under the colorful lights of Denver, Colorado. In my family, I am the middle child and the only girl from a family of 5. Yes I have 4 brothers and yes I have 2 older and 2 younger than me. Aside from home I am apart of CHE, DSF, LULAC, Pre-PT Club and I’ve been working at the center for over a year now.

Sebastian Ramos:

My name is Sebastian Ramos and I am a first generation student in my second year of college. I am studying Biological Sciences with a concentration in Pre-Health. My goal is to become a doctor. Also, I was born and raised in Santiago, Chile. The center is my home away from home, make it yours as well!

Andrés Ramirez:

Hola! My name is Andrés Ramirez and I am the graduate assistant at the César Chavez Cultural Center. I received my bachelor's degree from Florida State University in German and moved from Florida to pursue my Master's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership. The center has helped me get situated in Colorado and Greeley and could not see myself succeeding without my CCCC familia by my side.