Cindy Lopez Johnson ’13, a multicultural advisor at UW-Green Bay, has been named to the list of “The 39 Most Influential Latinos in Wisconsin, Part 5.” Johnson provided individualized support for first-generation, limited-income college students through academic advising, student success and life skills development, career planning, financial literacy, and financial aid & scholarship assistance. Johnson received degrees in Human Development and Spanish from UW-Green Bay and a Master’s in Higher Education (College Student Affairs) from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2015.
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