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Franny Perez Ramirez



Franny Perez Ramirez is a first-generation and international student from Costa Rica. She is currently doing a PhD program in Educational Theory and Practice. She is a language teacher of English and Spanish. She got her master’s in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and a certificate in Linguistics at WVU. Her personal experiences as a Latina woman, first-generation and international student, and her interests in social justice matters made her decide to become a Diversity Ambassador at WVU. Through this role, she hopes to connect and give back to the university community, learn more about diversity and inclusion, and take an activist stance in creating a more equitable space for minority students. 

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– Board of Governors Rule 1.6

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