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Yiraliz Beltran

Yiraliz Beltran

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Where are you from? Puerto Rico.

Where do you reside? Uptown, New Orleans.

What is your favorite place in New Orleans? Frenchmen Street / Hot Tin Roof Top.

What kind of hobbies or activities do you enjoy? Mother-Daughter dates, dancing, traveling, and walking my dogs.

What schools have you attended? Francisco Morales High School (PR), University of Maryland (BS – Criminal Justice), American Military University (MA – Criminal Justice)

What does your job entail? I currently manage the overall program and the development of workforce certifications, seminars and workshops; while working very closely with strategic partners in the community to establish partnerships with Xavier University.

Why did you get into this field? It started as a part time job while working on my BS and I fell in love with it. Helping students achieve their educational goals is very rewarding. It just makes me smile!

What services do you represent at Xavier University? All kinds of workforce certifications with the most popular in the Latino Community being Entrepreneurship, Health Communications, and Spanish for Health Professionals. I can also assist with all the information for our seminars, workshops and the graduate programs offered by Xavier University. We are currently offering a workshop completely in Spanish through our Sanford Institute of Philanthropy on Demonstrating Success rather than Evaluation. This is perfect for non-profit organizations and it’s also great for anyone interested in learning how to better use data to demonstrate their program's success

Why should someone choose Xavier University? Xavier is recognized as a national leader in the sciences and the liberal arts. The university truly cares about the students.

What makes you proud about being in New Orleans? The hospitality and diversity of New Orleans makes me feel a little closer to home. I love the fact that you can go out and enjoy something different every day of the week all year around. I think being part of Xavier has opened many opportunities to show our community we are here for them. I am extremely happy with my decision to move to New Orleans to take a job opportunity with Xavier University that was offered right when I needed it, and I feel I can call NOLA my new home.

What advice do you give people who want to advance in their career? Anyone interested in acquiring new skills for workforce development should check out our certificates, seminars and workshops. They can contact me directly at (504) 520-7654 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

AnaMaria Bech

Publisher

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Publisher's Note

We are beyond excited to feature Amanda Shaw on our June cover!

We love everything Amanda represents. Not many people are aware of her Latin heritage, and it’s hard to know about it from seeing her performances on stage and to see her love and amazing showcase of Louisiana’s music. So, it’s hard to imagine someone who is such a Louisiana icon grew up partaking in Guatemalan cultural traditions.

Featuring Amanda Shaw on Viva NOLA is a dream come true! It is individuals like her who represent exactly what we are trying to convey.

We are part of and love Louisiana. We enjoy its culture while also embracing our Latin heritage. We utilize our talents and skills to contribute to making our home a better place, and we serve as ambassadors of this region wherever we go.

This is what VIVA NOLA Magazine celebrates--a connection of cultures and communities. And who better than Amanda Shaw to perfectly tell the story of many of us who call New Orleans and Louisiana home.

Thank you, Amanda for opening your heart and sharing your story with us. You definitely make us proud!

AnaMaria