January 2, 2009

Cecilio Espinoza

By Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity

Cecilio Espinoza

My name is Cecilio Espinoza and I currently live in the Seattle area. I graduated from the UW in 2006 and double-majored in Spanish & American Ethnic Studies: Chicano Studies.

While attending the UW, the OMA&D was instrumental in my success. I was awarded a scholarship through the OMA which helped fund my education. The academic counselors were very helpful in answering questions about planning my class schedule each quarter. They also helped fund some high school student conferences that were organized by the student organization that I was involved Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztla (M.E.Ch.A.) I also had the opportunity to serve as an EOP Mentor for Freshman students in their first two quarters at the UW. I am proud to be an OMA&D alumni.

I am looking to network with other business-minded individuals and small businesses. I have experience working with law firms in downtown Seattle and now work with a company listed on the NYSE. We essentially give families and small businesses affordable access to the justice system and to the best law firms in North America. We also help protect families from identity theft. For more details, check out my website: www.cecilioespinoza.com

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