Pablo Guillermo Reguerín, M.A. – Chair, Board of Directors
Pablo Guillermo Reguerín currently serves as the Executive Director for Retention Services and Educational Opportunity Programs at the University of California, Santa Cruz, providing leadership and oversight to a cluster of student services offices charged with retaining and graduating students with a focus on educational equity.
Since September 2009, Mr. Reguerín has led to integrate student services to develop student care teams, increased case-management of vulnerable student populations and data-driven intervention programs. These efforts have resulted in Individual Success Plans for cohorts of EOP students, intensive advising services for immigrant and undocumented/AB540 students, a newly launched Textbook Lending Library for students facing financial hardship and a Laptop pilot program for students that arrive to campus without a laptop or computer. In collaboration with faculty partners and the Office of Institutional Research, Pablo has launched an evidence-based evaluation process of the retention services units through the use of logic models to further deepen the utilization of research based practices and continuous improvement.
Mr. Reguerín has worked at UCSC for over 15 years, previously serving as the Deputy Director of the Educational Partnership Center and as a Senior Admissions Counselor with the Office of Admissions. Mr. Reguerín received his Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Santa Cruz in Latino and Latin American Studies and his Master of Arts degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in Educational Leadership and Administration.
Mr. Reguerín serves on the board of directors for the Escuela Popular Family Learning Center Charter School in San José and as the Co-Chair of the UC Santa Cruz Latino Alumni Network.