Renee Ramos joined the SAAS staff in August 2014. Previously she worked in student-athlete services at the University of New Mexico as the Football Advising Intern. While at UNM, she worked closely with the football team, monitoring their progress towards degree, assisting with study skills, academic course planning and supervising group and individual study sessions. Ramos started as a mentor at the University of California, Los Angeles working with Olympic Sports in the Bruins’ Academic and Student Services department. A native of Chino, California, Ramos was a four-year letter winner in softball at Boston College, playing second base for the Eagles from 2005-2010 and two-time tri-captain. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2009 and completed a master’s degree in Administrative Studies in 2010. Currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Leadership at USC Rossier School of Education.
Fun Facts about Renee:
Why did you choose USC
-To have the opportunity to be part of Student-Athlete Services and work with an outstanding staff to learn and grow from, while guiding exceptional student-athletes to academic success.
-Nachos from Los Jarritos
-Gone With The Wind.
-Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.” Mary Anne Radmacher
-I love going to the beach, I would like to attempt to learn how to surf and spending time with my family.
Fun random fact
-I am a left handed batter but my right hand is my dominant
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