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The Associate in Arts Program extends a warm welcome to Jissell Martinez, who began her appointment as AAP business administrator in Wilmington in October 2021.
Jissell brings a wealth of experience to the AAP, with more than 11 years in budgeting and business administration positions. At UD, she previously served as business administrator with the Department of Languages, Literature and Cultures, the Department of Physics and Astronomy and, most recently, the College of Education and Human Development’s Early Learning Center in Newark. She holds an MPA from the Biden School of Public Policy and Administration and a BA in International Relations from UD.
Jissell has strong ties to communities in northern Delaware and a proven commitment to civic engagement. She is the founding member of the Delaware chapter of Latinas in Motion, Inc., a national non-profit fitness organization promoting healthier lifestyles for women of color, and has served as a youth mentor and coach with ASPIRA of Delaware and the Latin American Community Center.
Since its inception in 2015, the Delaware chapter of Latinas in Motion has become the organization’s fastest-growing group and now includes more than 300 members. In 2015, she was awarded the Delaware Commission for Women’s prestigious ‘She’s On Her Way’ Award, which celebrates the achievements of young women working to make a difference in the state. Also in 2015, she received the Community Impact Motivator Award by the organizers of the Wilmington Hispanic Heritage Festival.
We appreciate Jissell’s dedication to community engagement and the expertise that she brings to her position at the AAP, and we look forward to working with her in the future as our program continues to grow.
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