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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

SVVSD rebrands campus, programs at South Sunset Street to reflect expanded offerings

SVVSD rebrands campus, programs at South Sunset Street to reflect expanded offerings

The school board last week unanimously approved new names for the Career Development Center, Olde Columbine High School and St. Vrain Online Global Academy. The board also approved branding for the campus housing the programs as the Global Acceleration Campus to support promoting the programs, said Area Assistant Superintendent Dina Perfetti-Deany.
No one hurt in in Friday morning fire at O’Reilly Auto Parts

No one hurt in in Friday morning fire at O’Reilly Auto Parts

No customers were in the store at the time of the fire, Patrick Kramer, Longmont Fire Services public information officer and firefighter engineer said. Store management did not comment on the fire and did not say if any employees were in the store when the fire started. 
SVVSD expects staff  COVID vaccinations to be complete by spring break, after which students will return to school four days a week

SVVSD expects staff COVID vaccinations to be complete by spring break, after which students will return to school four days a week

As of Tuesday, 94% of teachers and staff had received or had the opportunity to schedule a vaccination appointment. 
Virtual event will 'celebrate Black history, past, present and future'

Virtual event will 'celebrate Black history, past, present and future'

The Executive Committee For African American Cultural Events, a newly formed consortium under the Longmont Multicultural Action Committee focused on bringing virtual and in-person Black and African American-centered events to Boulder County and the larger Colorado community, will host its inaugural event on Saturday
COVID impacts kids' mental health, too. Virtual talk series offers help for parents to help them cope

COVID impacts kids' mental health, too. Virtual talk series offers help for parents to help them cope

Mental Health Partners is hosting biweekly presentations for parents to learn about the impact COVID-19 can have on children’s mental health and ways to respond to their needs throughout the pandemic. 
Boulder County Five Star Certification gets off to a slow start but gaining steam

Boulder County Five Star Certification gets off to a slow start but gaining steam

Program, whose launch coincided with county's move to yellow on state COVID dial, as of Wednesday had certified 26 businesses and certification is underway for the remainder of the 75 that applied.
Education advocates urge Colorado leaders to support 'Recovery Summer' after year of COVID impacts

Education advocates urge Colorado leaders to support 'Recovery Summer' after year of COVID impacts

After a year of disrupted learning brought on by COVID-19, educators, foundations and nonprofit partners across the state joined in signing a letter to Gov. Jared Polis, legislators and leaders of the state education and human services departments urging them to fund programs for a “for a relationship-rich, learning-infused summer."
Longmont Boy Scout leads renovation of studio at Firehouse Art Center

Longmont Boy Scout leads renovation of studio at Firehouse Art Center

Elliot Conlin worked on the project to earn his Eagle Scout badge.
Name, mascot, boundaries selected for new SVVSD elementary school in Erie

Name, mascot, boundaries selected for new SVVSD elementary school in Erie

Highlands Elementary will open next school year, with teachers starting in July and students starting in August. Funding for the school came from a $260.3 million bond approved by voters in 2016.
SVVSD vaccine distribution ahead of anticipated schedule

SVVSD vaccine distribution ahead of anticipated schedule

Coordinated efforts between the district and community partners have moved the vaccination process for SVVSD staff “considerably way ahead of schedule,” said St. Vrain Valley School District Superintendent Don Haddad during Wednesday night’s school board meeting.