2021 Fellow, CAIR Team
Trixie Ramoso is an independent consultant assisting higher education researchers in data analysis. She serves as the Membership and Engagement Coordinator for the Coalition for Disability in ACPA—College Student Educators International for the last three years where she was invited to be a member of the ACPA Accessibility Taskforce for the Strategic Imperative for Racial Justice and Decolonization. She has a Master of Science in Counseling with an emphasis in Student Development in Higher Education, and two bachelor’s degrees in science for Biopsychology and arts for Ethnic Studies. Trixie is an experienced student affairs practitioner for over ten years in the areas of student life, residence life, service-learning, academic advising, and career development, having worked on the west and east coasts: UC San Diego, UC Los Angeles, University of Maryland, and California State University, Long Beach. First invited to assist, then promoted to be WSCUC Fellow on the CAIR Team, she feels honored for the opportunity to contribute her expertise in marginalized student populations and explore the intersection of social values and effectiveness in higher education.