Rhina Alvarado

Associate Director

High School: Stonewall Jackson H.S. now known as Unity Reed H.S. (Prince William County), 2003
Undergraduate: George Mason University, Bachelor’s of Arts, Biology and English, Concentration: Folklore, Mythology, & Literature, 2007

Graduate: George Mason University, Master’s of Higher Education, expected graduation May 2021

Rhina Alvarado serves as the Associate Director for the Early Identification Program and has been with the program since 2008 in multiple roles serving first gen students ranging from students in middle school, high school, and undergraduate levels. Rhina experienced first-hand the benefits and success of being an EIP alumna. Rhina continues her academic journey as a current graduate student in the Master’s program for Higher Education at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Rhina is dedicated to working with first gen student populations, explore multicultural education issues, and fostering student success around college and career readiness for middle, high school, and undergraduate college students. Rhina enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and spoiling her nephews and gray tabby cat.”

Contact Rhina: rascenci@gmu.edu or 703-993-3120