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Jacquelyn Reza - Counseling

Biography

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Jacquelyn V. Reza (Jackie).

I work full time at De Anza College where I counsel (utilizing my MFT license) & teach Human Sexuality, Women’s Studies and Intercultural Studies classes. I also teach part-time in the Department of International and Multicultural Education Doctoral Program at USF. Jackie has served as President of her College’s Faculty Senate and on the Executive Council of the California Community College Faculty Senate, served as President of the Latina Leadership Network of the California Community Colleges, has testified before the California State Legislature & has helped draft state policy regarding diverse student populations.

Publications include several articles on Latina Leadership in Higher Education, Latina identity and Self-Transformation through Critical Literacy, Reflections and Actions. Most recently she has developed, led & trained facilitators & written a book for a project in Hungary & Bulgaria titled: Anti-biased Curriculum for the Heart, which has been translated into 22 Eastern European languages. A couple of other facts important to know about Jackie is that she is a Chicana who grew up in San Francisco, was an EOP special admit student at SFSU, is the mother of Antonio, loves to garden and read trash novels.

Courses Taught at De Anza
  • Human Sexuality (HUMA 10)
  • Career Life Planning (CLP 70)
  • Introduction to Women's Studies (Women's Studies 1)
  • Women of Color in the United States (Women's Studies 8)
  • Cross Cultural Communication (ICS 7)
Education (List your degrees)
  • B. S. in Zoology, from Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria, Africa
  • B.A. in La Raza Studies
  • M.S. in Counseling from San Francisco State University
  • Ed.D. in International & Multicultural Education from the University of San Francisco


Contact
email Email: Jacquelyn Reza
Phone: 408.864.8663
Office: SCS218
Hours:
M
 2:30-3:30 p.m. in KC215
T  9:00-11:00 a.m. in Lab
W 2:30-3:30 p.m. in KC215
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Last Updated: 7/22/09