Michelle Tamotsu Trevino
University Counselor, University of Colorado at Boulder
Michelle has worked as a counselor at the University of Colorado at Boulder for twenty years. As a coordinator for the Asian Pacific American Student Services of the Center for Multicultural Affairs, she has worked with many Asian American students and multiracial students. As the daughter of a war bride and a civilian American government employee, she grew up in Okinawa, Camp Zama, Japan, and South Korea during the 60’s and 70’s. Her life today has to a large extent been informed by these early bicultural experiences.
Saturday, July 5
The Bonds of Community: Hapa Identity in a Changing U.S.
Gil Asakawa, Writer, editor, online consultant
Dennis Tojo Bambauer
Michelle Tamotsu Trevino, University Counselor, University of Colorado at Boulder
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Location: Capitol 5 & 6, 4th Floor
Topic: Defining, Preserving and Expanding the Community