Nashalie Vazquez

  • Director of Community Standards & Housing Operations
Nashalie Vazquez

Nashalie Vazquez (she/her/hers), hails from Puerto Rico but grew up in the Pioneer Valley. Vazquez began working at Mount Holyoke in 2015 as an Area Coordinator.

Prior to her arrival here she had held various positions in Residential Life including program coordinator, resident assistant, assistant resident director, leadership graduate assistant, and residence director. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Feminist Gender & Sexuality Studies from Cornell University and a Masters from Umass Amherst in Higher Education Administration.

Between her undergraduate and graduate degrees, Vazquez worked in Cornell's Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. In her free time, Vazquez enjoys bowling, learning about other cultures through literature and film, and visiting family and friends of origin and choice.

Education

  • B.A., Cornell University
  • M.A., University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Happening at Mount Holyoke

Recent Campus News

Mount Holyoke student Ava Frost ’26 was selected by NASA for the 10-week Europa ICONS internship program that aims to determine whether there are places below the surface of Jupiter’s moon that could support life.

More than 120 students participated in the twentieth annual Stoling Ceremony. The Commencement weekend tradition celebrates the achievements of students of color and honors their Mount Holyoke mentors.

Mount Holyoke’s one hundred and eighty-seventh Commencement was marked by many firsts — the first held on Pageant Green, the first Commencement with President Danielle R. Holley and, for many undergraduates, their first in-person graduation.