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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
The Navajo Nation’s Diné College Faces the Worst Coronavirus Outbreak in the CountryCenter for American ProgressMay 21, 2020
Fact Sheet: Improving the Formula for Federal Higher Education Coronavirus FundingCenter for American ProgressMay 12, 2020
Undocumented Students Generated Up to $132 Million in Relief to Colleges—But They Won’t Receive a Dime From the StimulusCenter for American ProgressMay 5, 2020
An Investment for Generations: A Q&A on Advancing Equity in Higher Education Amid the Coronavirus PandemicCenter for American ProgressApril 13, 2020
Congress Needs To Ensure Educational Equity in the Wake of the Coronavirus PandemicCenter for American ProgressApril 2, 2020
The Accreditation Reform Act of 2020Center for American ProgressFebruary 11, 2020
Trump’s Latest Budget Proposal Would Deepen the Student Debt CrisisCenter for American ProgressFebruary 10, 2020
Fixing Graduate School DebtCenter for American ProgressJanuary 15, 2020