“Quetzal Mama is empowering Latino students and parents to break down the barriers to their college success.” — Dolores Huerta, President Dolores Huerta Foundation
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Who is Roxanne Ocampo?
Roxanne Ocampo is a proud Latina mom who has demystified the college admission process for Latino students. She planned and executed the strategies that would get her children to Harvard and USC in 2011. She shares her knowledge, tips, and strategies with parents through her workshops, consulting practice, and in her book, “Flight of the Quetzal Mama: How to Raise Latino Superstars and Get Them Into the Best Colleges.”
Quetzal Mama has developed over 50 workshop and webinar topics hosted in-person or online covering every component of the college admission process! Learn how her students and parents are utilizing the workshop content with extraordinary success.
Quetzal Mama has been featured in numerous media and print since the release of her new book. "Flight of the Quetzal Mama: How to Raise Latino Superstars and Get Them Into the Best Colleges."
Quetzal Mama's Founder, Roxanne Ocampo, is the 2015 recipient of the "Soy Empresaria Business Plan Competition." Being recognized as a leading Latina business-owner in California, Quetzal Mama receives a $10,000 cash prize and coaching from notable executives from Square, Xoom, and the Latino Startup Alliance. The cash prize and mentorship will allow Quetzal Mama to expand programs and services nationally, extending the reach to more deserving students and parents.