Writing Center Assistant
Tonja graduated Oklahoma City Community College in May 2009 with a degree in business. Prior to graduation, Tonja's love for helping fellow students directed her towards the Writing Center. Starting as a work study tutor in the Writing Center on February 12, 2007, she was promoted to Lab Assistant in October of 2008. A wife and mother of three beautiful children, Tonja aspires to one day attain a Bachelor's degree and own a business.
Writing Center Assistant
Joshua has been working in the Writing Center since May 2012. He began as a tutor and worked his way up to a Lab Assistant. He graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2011 with Bachelor’s degrees in both Political Science and Philosophy. He loves reading philosophy books, keeping up with current events, and watching as much OU football as possible. You never know what kind of topic he will bring up in the lab, no matter how disinterested his co-workers appear. That’s all part of the fun!
Stacia Carbajal graduated from OCCC in May of 2017 with and Associate’s degree in science. She is currently at UCO for Elementary Education, as she feels that teaching is one of the best ways to influence the lives of others.
Kaitlyn Bottoms is graduated in the summer of 2019 with two degrees in Visual Arts and Digital Media Design from OCCC. She is working on building a portfolio for a career in animation and may pursue a Bachelor’s at OU.
Lillian Eades is currently studying Psychology at OCCC. She hopes to attain an Anthropology degree from OU in the future and dreams of being an Archaeologist one day.
Dalton Farr is currently earning his Associate's Degree in the Liberal Arts and plans to go on to study languages, history, religion, and mythology at a university after graduation.
Lizeth Torres is a Modern Language/Spanish major at OCCC in the graduating class of 2019. She plans to become a certified translator, along with pursuing a bachelor's degree in English/literary and cultural studies from OU in hopes that she will be able to better engage with her community and abroad.
Hung Tran is an international student from Vietnam, pursuing his second degree in Business at OCCC; his first major is Public Relations. He is planning to achieve a bachelor degree in Business at UCO.
Estefhani Martinez is currently studying at OCCC to major in humanities for an associate degree. In the future, she plans to earn her Master’s degree in UCO to teach English as a second language internationally.
Sergio Martinez is pursuing a Associate's Degree in Political Science before transferring to an out of state university to pursue a M.A in Political Science. He hopes to one day pursue a career in politics, in an effort to better serve and represent the community by being an agent of change.