Tahesha Way visits Hispanic Governor’s Fellowship graduation – press center


August 6, 2021

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From left to right: Ivonne Díaz-Claisse, President of HISPA, Katia Paz-Goldfarb, Associate Vice President of Montclair State for Hispanic Initiatives, Jonathan Koppell, President of Montclair State, Tahesha Way, Secretary of State for New Jersey, and Sara Peña, director of the Center for Hispanic Policy, Research and Development.

President Koppell welcomed New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way and Hispanics Inspiring Student Performance and Achievement (HISPA) President Ivonne Díaz-Claisse to campus for the Governor’s Hispanic Fellows Program graduation ceremony on Friday 6 August.

Funded by the New Jersey Center for Hispanic Policy, Research and Development, the Immersive Internship Program for Hispanic Students in New Jersey offers eight weeks of professional and personal development training.

Montclair State University students Gabriela Martinez ’21 and Heidy Ojeda received their certificates of completion during the morning ceremony.

For more information on the Governor’s Hispanic Fellows Program, visit its official website.

Left to right: Gabriela Martinez ’21, Montclair State President Jonathan Koppell and Montclair State student Heidy Ojeda.
New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way addresses graduates.
HISPA President Ivonne Díaz-Claisse addresses graduates of the Governor’s Hispanic scholarship recipients.


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