Cynthia Delgado Galvan '98
As a full-time tenured faculty member and instructional chair of English and reading through the Prepared Learner Initiative at Milwaukee Area Technical College, Cynthia Delgado Galvan aims to mold the next generation and help her students and community succeed.
She holds a bachelor's degree from UW-Parkside in Spanish literature, a master of science degree in education from UW-Platteville, reading specialist training from Viterbo University, and a master of arts degree in English with a creative writing emphasis from Mount Mary College. Through the Wisconsin Technical College System, Cynthia holds certifications to teach Spanish-foreign language, communications, reading, English, ELL, career education and college success strategies.
In 2006 and as a partner to her community, she was recognized by her peers and received the Hispanic Excellence in Education Award by the Racine Hispanic Business Professionals Association of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Most recently, Cynthia was appointed to the Superintendent's Advisory Council for Racine Unified School District and volunteers on several boards in the community while fulfilling her personal goals to contribute in making Racine a better place to live. She is a current board member of Miss Latina Racine, an organization that offers scholarships and mentoring opportunities to college bound Latinas in Racine and Kenosha. She serves on the UMOS (United Migrant Opportunity Services) Corporation - Board of Directors, the largest Hispanic-managed, nonprofit organization in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the nation. She is a member of the UMOS Board Personnel and Bylaws committees, providing guidance in strategic planning.
Cynthia has served her community while raising four daughters and a son.