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New NVC Staff Senate Members

Congratulations to the new Northwest Vista College Staff Senate members: Officers: President:  Cynthia Rosas Vice President:  Elladean Moreno Treasurer:  Minerva Muniz Secretary:  Delilah Salazar Historian:  Melissa Monroe – Young Parliamentarian:  Melissa Moya Members: Rosemarie Rodriguez Paul Vallejo Larry Trejo Malcolm Higgins Veronica Buendida Alicia Baltazar Barbara Rodriguez

Dr. Brenya Buchalski Receives U.S. Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award

Brenya Twumasi (Buchalski), a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas at San Antonio and a long-time adjunct faculty member at Northwest Vista College, is set to receive the U.S. President’s Lifetime Achievement award for her service to the San Antonio community and the nation. The award recognizes those who contribute

Public Relations Awards Given to ACD Employees

Congratulations to Alamo Colleges District Chancellor, Dr. Mike Flores, for receiving the Public Relations Champion Award; and Melissa Monroe-Young, APR, of Northwest Vista College for receiving the Community Service Award. They received the recognition from the San Antonio chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and both will be honored at the organization’s annual

New HR Representatives Serving NVC

Northwest Vista College welcomes two new Human Resources professionals to assist with employee needs. Elsie Adams is the interim benefits coordinator for NVC. She’s housed at San Antonio College. She can be reached either by phone, Microsoft TEAMS or email. Her email is and her phone number is 210-486-1417. Thaddeus G. Fernandez is an interim Human

Learning About Pride Month and Juneteenth

Pride month honors the history, accomplishments, and continuing pursuit of equality in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex (LGBTQI) community, including any person who identifies in the community, including non-binary, two-spirit, third-gender, asexual, and more. Why We Celebrate in June The LGBTQI movement began in the U.S. after the June 1969 police raid at