Alma Ramos (pronouns she/her/hers) comes to the College of Music from the University of Colorado Denver, where she worked as a graduate assistant in the Center for Identity and Inclusion and with the Peer Advocate Leaders (PAL) Program while earning a Master of Arts in Counseling with a Concentration in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Ramos holds a Bachelor of Education Studies with an Emphasis in Vocal Music Education from the University of Missouri – Columbia.
Ramos has combined her two passions: music and social justice. Her work is dedicated to creating more equitable spaces for marginalized communities, offering programming to increase retention of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) within their educational settings, and cultivating continuous learning opportunities on how to best support individuals with an intersectionality lens. She continues to focus on how systems can better support underrepresented communities.