SACUCCA Homer Guevara Jr. was recently invited to represent Northwest Vista College and serve as a panelist at a luncheon hosted by the San Antonio Colleges and Universities Career Centers Association (SACUCCA). The subject matter concerned how to bridge the gap between talent, supply, and demand and how workforce recruitment and development trends in the future… Read More

Garvin Dansby Northwest Vista College Coordinator of Risk Management Touchstone: Community Garvin is able to collaborate with departments throughout the college, the Alamo Colleges district, and the city of San Antonio. He works with the college community to promote a safe environment and a prepared community. Garvin builds trust with the teams and instills a sense… Read More

Tonya Wilson is currently serving as the Human Resources Benefits coordinator for San Antonio College and Northwest Vista College. She has been employed with Alamo Colleges for three years. As Benefits coordinator, she will be available to provide daily support and guidance to employees, answer all benefits, retirement, and leave of absence questions. Prior to… Read More

Anthony Montalbano, Associate Professor Suzanne Bravo, Instructor Sandra Garza, Assistant Professor Mei Garcia, Adjunct Faculty Elizabeth Hernandez, Adjunct Faculty Theresa Marshall-Scrader, Adjunct Faculty Minerva Muniz, Administrative Assistant to the President Maria Morena, Technical Services Manager Felix Salinas, Director of IT Julie Boerm, Director of High School Programs The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development… Read More

Three members of the Northwest Vista College Public Relations team recently attended the national conference of the National Council of Marketing & Public Relations at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort. Renata Serafin, Lisa McDaniel and Melissa Monroe-Young attended the three-day conference that attracted community college professionals from across the U.S., including Hawaii. A variety of… Read More

Recently, team members from Northwest Vista College’s Community Math grant participated in a “platica” (conversation) at Time Dollar community center on the city’s West Side. “What an honor to hear from moms (and one dad ) who are learning how to advocate for their children, and soon for each other…all while learning math,” said Heidi Hunt, Ed.D, Co-PI… Read More

Congratulations to Northwest Vista College’s Homer Guevara Jr., who was recently recognized at the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees board meeting for his 10 years of service on the CPS Energy Board of Trustees. Homer was also featured on KSAT News recently as being one of 150 leaders going to the state capitol to advocate… Read More

Congratulations to Yolanda “Yolo” Reyes Guevara, who begins her new role as Northwest Vista College’s Director of Enrollment Services on March 1. Yolanda has spent the last 13 years preparing for this opportunity. She has served in various capacities throughout her career in higher education to include: recruiter/advisor at Palo Alto College and St. Philip’s College,… Read More

Jewel Graw Academic Lab Technician Natural and Physical Sciences What her peers say anonymously: Jewel goes beyond her normal job duties. She sees a problem, studies and researches it, and comes up with a resolution that will benefit not only the faculty and students but the department as well. Her work ethics have provided positive… Read More

Joseph Sifuentes Help Desk Specialist Information & Confirmation Technologies What his co-workers say anonymously Joesph’s integrity in the work that he does, by being reliable and trustworthy. He always looks to do what is right and provides great service and support to those that nominee works with and to the college. Is always willing to go the… Read More

Congratulations to Northwest Vista College’s Diana Kersey for recently making the “Top 5” events in Texas by Glasstire – one of the oldest online art magazines in the country. Diana told Glasstire that her exhibition, “Good Natured” is about “the end of the world. It is about more ‘happy’ things too. For example, my love… Read More