Fearless Leader

Our very own Cynthia Sorto hasn’t even been in Austin a month and she is taking it by storm! Congratulations on even more great achievements! She recently accepted a position as an academic mentor with the UT athletics department. Hook ’em Horns! (But still Go Frogs!!!! 😉 )

And with her TCU degree in hand and Master’s degree in the work, she is now officially a licensed Social Worker!

AND on top of that she was also recently chose to be a Student Diversity Leadership Conference Facilitator for this year’s Conference in San Diego!

This woman is unstoppable! Keep up the great work sis!

Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC)
SDLC is a multiracial, multicultural gathering of upper school student leaders (grades 9-12) from around the country. SDLC focuses on self reflecting, forming allies, and building community. Led by a diverse team of trained adult and peer facilitators, participants will develop effective cross-cultural communication skills, better understand the nature and development of effective strategies for social justice, practice expression through the arts, and learn networking principles and strategies. In addition to large group sessions, SDLC “family groups” and “home groups” allow for intense dialogue and sharing. SDLC and PoCC participants also interact in regional and intergenerational dialogue sessions.

6 thoughts on “Fearless Leader

  1. Congrats to Cynthia AGAIN, on being chosen to be an SDLC Facilitator!!! You are awesome at facilitating those activities with us at TCU for our diversity day, can’t imagine what those youth take in from you every year! So proud of you!! Get excited for exploring & facilitating in San Diego!

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