Yolanda Rodriguez Ingle
PhD, Claremont Graduate University; Higher Education Administration
MA, California State University, Chico; Bilingual & Multicultural Education
BS, University of Texas at El Paso; Secondary Education
Yolanda Rodriguez Ingle, PhD, is senior director international constituent relations. In this position, she is playing a major role in shaping the direction of constituent relations in its outreach activities and developing programs and strategies to involve international alumni and parents from various countries in the world. Ingle's professional career as an educator, teacher preparation professional, and researcher has involved her in philanthropic and fundraising activities over a 20-year time span.
Bilingual and bicultural in Spanish and English, Ingle has lived and worked in various educational capacities at the national and international level in Washington, D.C., Texas, and the southern and northern regions of California. Under the auspices of Stanford University’s Institute for Communication Research, the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), and the Academy for Educational Development (AED) in Washington, D.C., she worked in Central and South America on educational reform and teacher training assignments. She and her husband recently co-authored a chapter, “Pathways to a Better Future; Reconfiguring the Educational Context for Change,” which forms part of the Jossey-Bass series in higher education being published under the title, Latino Change Agents in Higher Education: Shaping a System That Works for All.