Filmer Lalio, NASNTI Director
Adonica Seymour, NASNTI Administrative Assistant
Ergil Vallo Jr, Professional Tutor
(Acoma Outreach Center) Ergil Vallo Jr is a member of the Acoma Pueblo and a recent college graduate. He has received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology-Criminology Option, Magna Cum Laude, from Fort Lewis College in Durango Colorado. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, he has interned for the Sixth Judicial District La Plata, San Juan, & Archuleta County Probation Department working under Senate Bill 94. He has also had prior experience being a Peer Tutor for the TRIO Program for Academic Advancement. Ergil is a very outgoing person who loves to laugh and learn. His personal philosophy is, “Education and learning never stops, everyday you learn something new.”
Jordan Etcitty, Professional Tutor
(Canoncito Band of Navajo) Jordan Etcitty is from the Tohajiilee Community and has recently earned his bachelors in Economics from the University of New Mexico. Jordan has voluntary hours working at community centers across Albuquerque to students who live in a socioeconomic environment. In his spare time, he enjoys sports such as Basketball and Volleyball. Ultimately, his goal is to help his Native American people who are in need of education, because he believes that education is the key to success.
(L to R: Felicia Casados, NMSU Grants President, Beth Armstead, Vice President for Student Services, April Armijo, Eileen Martinez, Rachelle Simpson, and Dr. Shawn Secatero)
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