Meet the Staff: Nicole Molina
Associate Director, Director of Diversity Recruitment and Outreach
Nicole brings nine years of enrollment experience to Barnard. Originally from the Bronx, Nicole attended Vanderbilt University as a Posse Scholar where she majored in Women and Gender Studies. She also started her admissions career at Vanderbilt and most recently she served as Senior Assistant Director at University of Southern California. She additionally served as Site Chair and Director for the WACAC Share Learn and Connect program - a one day professional development program for high school counselors from public schools and CBO programs. She also received her ME in Organizational Leadership and Communication from Belmont University in TN in 2015.
Nicole uses she/her/hers pronouns.
International: The Caribbean, Central America, and Mexico
Domestic: California (Los Angeles (including the City of Los Angeles), Long Beach, Santa Barbara, and San Fernando Valley), Guam, Hawaii, New York (Bronx), Puerto Rico, Texas (excluding Dallas and Fort Worth), and US Virgin Islands
Why did you choose to work at Barnard?
Barnard represents a school whose legacy started on the foundation of empowerment and moving forward regardless of the status quo. As someone who values that very sentiment, I would be remiss if I could not be part of this legacy. It was a clear fit for me to be Barnard Bound!
What is your favorite book?
1984 by George Orwell
What is your favorite thing to do in NYC?
As a proud Bronx native, I love to see my Yankees whenever they are home! #JeterForever
What is your favorite place on campus?
This may technically be "off campus," but standing in front of the main gates looking at Barnard Hall. The excitement I feel right before getting on campus knowing that I will be with wonderful students and colleagues who are thoughtful in their everyday, uplifting one another and just in all they do gives me the boost I need every day.
What is a random fun fact about yourself?
I LOVE commercial jingles and will sing them often.