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Silvia Romero Solís

Silvia Romero Solís

I was born in Mexico and lived there until I was 15. My family and I moved to Laredo, Texas where I attended college at Texas A&M International University. After that, I moved around and have had the opportunity to live, work and study in a few different places, both in the U.S. and abroad. My background is in communications and I earned a graduate degree in cultural studies from New York University. I have worked as a journalist and writer for written publications, as a news reporter for Univision, as a coordinator for a communications strategy firm, a teacher for English-learners in Mexico City and in Spain, and I currently serve as a board member for Intercambio.

I try to bring a mindset of equity to the work that I do, it is something that is deeply important to me.

Nací en el Estado de México donde viví hasta los 15 años. Mi familia y yo nos mudamos a Laredo, Texas donde fui a la universidad, Texas A&M International University. Después, tuve la oportunidad de vivir y trabajar en varios lugares en E.E.U.U y en el extranjero. Tengo experiencia en comunicaciones y una maestría en cultura y medios de comunicación de la Universidad de Nueva York, o NYU. He trabajado como periodista y escritora para varias publicaciones, como reportera en Univision, coordinadora bilingüe para una firma de estrategia en comunicaciones, maestra de inglés como segundo lenguaje en México y España, y actualmente soy miembro del consejo directivo de Intercambio.

Busco traer un lente de equidad al trabajo que hago, esto es sumamente importante para mi.


Recent Work by Silvia

HOPE brings light to local homeless resources

HOPE brings light to local homeless resources

A virtual “show and tell” informs community of the work HOPE does daily
Lyons students create, install wildflower garden to memorialize the COVID-19 pandemic

Lyons students create, install wildflower garden to memorialize the COVID-19 pandemic

Students installed 240 ceramic wildflowers flowers in the garden along Fourth Avenue
SVVSD works with students to diversify curriculum

SVVSD works with students to diversify curriculum

A leadership team of 22 St. Vrain Valley School District teachers will work over the next few months to select texts that will ensure access to inclusive and diverse materials for students kindergarten through 12th grade.
Altona Middle School named a School to Watch

Altona Middle School named a School to Watch

The local school is one of two Colorado schools that received this recognition this year
Domestic violence cases skyrocket, local nonprofit set to educate on its impacts

Domestic violence cases skyrocket, local nonprofit set to educate on its impacts

In 2020 Longmont Public Safety received just over 950 calls related to domestic violence, with close to 54% of the cases resulting in an arrest.
SVVSD to return to normal schedule next school year

SVVSD to return to normal schedule next school year

LaunchED virtual academy to remain an option for families and students who want to remain fully online
Local woman named Colorado Manufacturing Woman of the Year

Local woman named Colorado Manufacturing Woman of the Year

Heidi Hostetter launched a consulting business, H2 Manufacturing Solutions, or H2, in Longmont five years ago providing support and training to manufacturing companies across the region.
SVVSD students bring visions of the future of healthcare to reality

SVVSD students bring visions of the future of healthcare to reality

High school students presented futuristic designs to UCHealth executives seeking to address industry challenges
Mothering during a pandemic: Lessons from four local moms

Mothering during a pandemic: Lessons from four local moms

For these four local women, life looks quite different but they all agree the disruptions at home with their children have been blessings in disguise.
SVVSD high school students pay surprise visit to former teachers to say thanks

SVVSD high school students pay surprise visit to former teachers to say thanks

Ten high school students visited former middle and elementary school teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week