Ulises Herrera

CEP Program Manager

Ulises (pronounced: ooo-lee-says) (He/Him) was raised in Eastern Washington with parents who work in agriculture and fast food. He graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Sociology and received his Master’s in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Washington with a focus on intersectional identities and support for men of color in higher education. Ulises most recently served as the Academic Adviser for the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), helping students from migrant and seasonal farm-working backgrounds navigate higher education. Having only lived in Seattle since 2015, Ulises still finds new things to explore around the area and particularly enjoys trying new foods, attending local BIPOC events, and going to Lake Washington to read a book and enjoy the few days of sunshine Seattle has to offer. Ulises brings a deep understanding of the student experience. He has a wide network of connections within and outside the university and a broad understanding of UW systems and processes.