Jennifer J. Nunez
I am an Othello native and the thing I enjoy most about my small farm town community is the memories I made while high school, my church, family and friends.
I graduated from Eastern Washington University in Business Administration emphasizing in both General Management and Marketing. I was blessed to continue my education while working at Eastern and recieved a Masters in Public Administration.
I have worked for Eastern since 2005 and have enjoyed everything about it. Working for C.A.M.P. in particular allows me with opportunity to help a group of students I can directly identify with.
I'm from Royal City, WA. and what I like about my hometown is that it is a small community with a passion for football. During the season, the entire town would pause on Friday nights to go see Royal High Knights.
In 2013, I graduated from Eastern Washington University, GO EAGS! I earned a Bachelors of Arts in Communication Studies with a focus in Public Relations. What I enjoy the most most about working for C.A.M.P. is working with the students, alongside a strong team and for a great program. I feel truly blessed to come to work everyday and do what I feel passionate About.
Outreach Specialist and Recruiter
I'm from Zamora, Mexico but was raised in Quincy, Washington. What I love about my hometown is all of the support I have from my family, friends, and community. I graduated from Eastern Washington University in June 2018 with a Bachelors of Arts in Spanish and Minor in Psychology. As a student, I worked for EWU's College Assistant Migrant Program and what I enjoyed the most was watching students grow throughout their first year of college. I am thankful to be able to continue working for the program as the Outreach Specialist and look forward to working with students and their families. I enjoy being able to provide students with resources, helping them reach their potential and assisting them to believe that they are capable of becoming successful leaders within their communities, is a reward itself.
Prior to living in Washington, I resided in Madras, Oregon for sixteen years. As a resident of Jefferson County, I cherished the country for its rural community, which included the confederate Tribes of Warm Springs along with a vibrant Hispanic Community.
I graduated from Oregon Institute of Technology in 2013 with a Bachelors of Science in Communication Studies with an emphasis in education and a Psychology Minor. I am excited to be working at Eastern Washington University and with the College Migrant Assistance Program, as Program Assistant. It is rewarding being able to assist and provide students with the necessary tools and support to be successful during their transition into the university setting.