About Victoria Navarro Benavides
Victoria is a first-generation, Chicana college graduate from Fresno, California and proud daughter to Mexican American parents. She is a sister, tia, and friend who is committed to advocating for social justice in and outside of educational institutions. She is a scholar/practitioner working on a second master’s degree in Mexican American Studies and a doctoral degree in the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Arizona. Victoria currently has a master’s degree in Student Development Administration from Seattle University and a double bachelor’s degree in Ethnic Studies and Chicanx Studies from UC Berkeley. Her research and theoretical contributions are situated within higher education literature on Chicanx/Latinx students, Chicana Feminisms, and Critical Race Theory.