Student Spotlight



Becca Klock

Becca Klock is a Vocal Performance major and plays the ukulele, as well as sings jazz, contemporary, and original songs. Klock has performed at Disneyland with Upon A Star, in December, 2013. She also has been involved in many productions, including Hairspray, You Can’t Take It With You, Cats, and The Odd Couple. In 2010, she sang at the Colorado Governor’s inauguration. This summer, she is a singing Gondolier at the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo.
Sarah Zarr

​Sarah Zarr

CSU-Pueblo sophomore mass communications major/leadership studies minor Sarah Zarr, Pueblo, is a member of the President’s Leadership Program (PLP) and serves as a representative on the PLP Board of Directors. Additionally, she serves as chair of the PLP Scholar Retreat Planning Committee and assists with recruitment for the program. Sarah also is CSU-Pueblo’s representative for the Colorado Leadership Alliance (CLA), serves on the Student Engagement and Leadership Council, is a member of the CSU-Pueblo Color Guard team, co-captain of the CSU-Pueblo Winter Guard, and a member of the CSU-Pueblo Concert Choir.

Timothy Zercher

Timothy Zercher

​CSU-Pueblo junior business administration (international marketing) major Timothy Zercher, Pueblo, is currently a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, was a founding board member and current president of the CSU-Pueblo Marketing Club, and founding board member and Co-CEO of the CSU-Pueblo Enactus. Timothy also currently serves on the Hasan School of Business Dean's Advisory Council, was founding president and is currently a board member of the young professional’s network, Pueblo Rotaract. Last year, Timothy received the Dante Alighieri scholarship to assist in his study abroad in Bergamo, Italy, where he spent over six months studying business administration and learning Italian.



​Rosa Ramos

Rosa Ramos, a senior mass communications major from Rocky Ford, Colorado was selected to represent CSU-Pueblo in the Hispanic Quiz Show, which will be broadcast nationally during Hispanic Heritage Month airing September 13-October 19, 2014. Victoria Oregon, coordinator of the College Assistance Migrant Program, will accompany Ramos as her coach. CSU-Pueblo was the only Colorado school to participate in the Hispanic College Quiz series, a collaboration between the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) and Central City Productions, which awards students from HACU-member institutions to compete for scholarships by demonstrating their knowledge of Latino history. 

 

 

 



​Ana Zaragoza

Mexico City native Ana Zaragoza-Gomez, a sophomore psychology major and Spanish, business administration, and Chicano Studies minor at CSU-Pueblo, was recognized as a Champion of Change at a White House ceremony on June 17, 2014 as a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipient who has served as a success story and role model in her academic and professional spheres. According to a White House press release, these individuals “distinguished themselves through their community involvement and the hard work they put into helping other members of their academic and professional communities succeed.”  Zaragoza-Gomez came to America at age five and works to promote civic participation in her community by canvassing and recruiting volunteers with Mi Familia Vota. Zaragoza-Gomez’s photograph and a brief biography appear on the White House website, Champions of Change.