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Jazmin Becerra Montaño

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Programs
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220 Gilbert Street, Rm 3327 (MC 0275)
Blacksburg, VA 24061


Jazmin received her M.Ed in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Leadership Studies (2020) and her B.S. in Sociology (2017) from Virginia Commonwealth University.


Jazmin Becerra Montaño has a background in college access, student advising, community outreach, and college admission. As a 1st-Generation Mexican-American (Latina) professional, Jazmin strives to be the voice and support system that she never had when she was younger. Her passion is to create spaces for underrepresented and underserved students and/or professionals where originally spaces were not made for them and ensure that their voices will be heard. Jazmin was born in Richmond, Virginia. During her time at VCU she became an hermana of the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc. where she advocated for literacy and equal access/opportunities for minority students and families in the area. After graduating and working in the office of undergraduate admission at VCU she discovered her passion in working in college access and higher education specifically with underrepresented and underserved populations. Currently, Jazmin lives in Christiansburg with her husband, Sebastian.

Jazmin served as a mentor, fellow, and co-director for VALHEN’s Hispanic College Institute for 7 years. She also served as Director of Recruitment and Administration for The Leadership, Advancement, and Development of our Young Sisters (L.A.D.Y.S) Mentorship Program in Charlottesville, VA for 3 years. Currently, she has the honor to be a board member for the Virginia College Access Network.