Associate Vice President of Enrollment Services and Institutional Effectiveness;
Title IX Coordinator
Nina Nuñez, MA Ed. joined the College in 2016 as an inaugural staff member and is currently the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Services and Institutional Effectiveness. She also serves as the College’s Title IX Coordinator. In her current role, she provides primary leadership in matters related to enrollment services, compliance, accreditation and institutional assessment.
Ms. Nuñez has a Master of Arts in Education degree with emphases in Curriculum and Instruction and Technology Education, which was earned from New Mexico State University. She was a founding faculty member for the first early college high school in the state of New Mexico where she taught multiple mathematics and engineering courses. Ms. Nuñez also held an adjunct faculty appointment with the Dona Ana Community College where she taught mathematics and aerospace technology courses. She is a recipient of the Dr. Sandra K. Nakamura Professional Development Excellence award and was a finalist for the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching. She served as a panelist for the National Science Foundation where she was able to utilize her expertise in reviewing large scale grant proposals in their Advanced Technologies in Education program. Her initial role for the College was serving as an Educational Specialist where she developed and implemented a student support program for students. Ms. Nuñez also supported faculty, staff, and students as the College’s learning management system administrator.
As an Associate Vice President for the College, Ms. Nuñez is able to utilize her over twenty years of educational expertise to provide strategic leadership on enrollment services and institutional assessment related activities. Ms. Nuñez has recently been named a Harvard Macy Scholar.