Dulce Vasquez is the Asst. Vice President of Strategic Advancement in the Office of University Affairs at Arizona State University. As an educator and university administrator, she is responsible for developing strategic university-wide partnerships, furthering university initiatives, managing special projects, and expanding ASU’s presence in Los Angeles. Her work is driven by ASU’s charter as a public research university to be inclusive and to take responsibility for the economic, social, cultural, and overall health of the communities it serves. ASU’s new California Center in Downtown Los Angeles opened summer of 2021.
She was previously the Managing Director of Zócalo Public Square, an ASU affiliate. She ran Zócalo’s programming, finances, strategic partnerships, development, and human resources for eight years. She attended Northwestern University where she was a Gates Millennium Scholar and received a B.A. in political science and philosophy. She also studied at The Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po). While in college, she worked on the New Americans Initiative project at the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights in Chicago.
In 2011, Dulce was a Boeing Company Fellow at the Southern California Leadership Network, was a 2014 Riordan MBA Fellow at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, and is currently a 2021 Coro Lead LA fellow.
She works out of the ASU California Center in Los Angeles.
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B.A., Political Science & Philosophy, Northwestern University