Seiri Aragón-García

Program Coordinator

Seiri Aragón serves as the Program Coordinator at the Center for Human Rights and International Justice, where she is responsible for events and communications. Raised in Petaluma, a suburban town in Sonoma County, Seiri is the first daughter of two Oaxacan immigrant parents and a first-generation college student.

She holds a B.A. in Chicanx & Latinx Studies from Sonoma State University where she participated in the Ronald E. McNair Scholars TRIO program. This program exposed her to research, faculty mentorship, and later supported her graduate school goals. She went on to attend the University of Texas at Austin and earned an M.A. in Mexican American & Latino/a Studies, focusing her master's thesis on gender roles, identities, and performance.

Seiri’s passion for assisting students led her to work with the federal TRIO grant program, AcademicTalent Search at Sonoma State, where she served as their administrative coordinator for the past three years. During this time, she coordinated all program events, workshops, college tours, and summer camps for participating first-generation and low income students. Seiri has found great joy in her career supporting students and staff and is thrilled to bring her expertise to the Center.


Encina Hall Central, Room 30C