Viviann Anguiano is an associate director for Postsecondary Education at American Progress. She was previously the associate director of policy at Alliance for a Better Community, where she worked on P-20 policy issues to benefit English Language Learners and Latinx students. She was formerly the manager of organizing and advocacy at the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, as well as a Harvard Kennedy School of Women and Public Policy Program graduate fellow with UnidosUS. Anguiano spent five years in her native Chicago serving first-generation low-income students as a college adviser with the Illinois Student Assistance Commission and as a founding admission counselor at Loyola University Chicago’s Arrupe College. A proud daughter of Mexican immigrants and a first-generation college graduate, Anguiano earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology with minors in Latin American and international studies from Loyola University Chicago and a master’s in education policy and management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
By Viviann Anguiano
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