Pronouns: She/Ella

Roots: México

Job Title: Couples and Family Counseling Master's Student at UNC Greensboro

Yubi Aranda Sandoval

Couples and Family Counseling Master's Student at UNC Greensboro

Yubisela Aranda Sandoval is currently enrolled in the Counseling and Educational Development Program at UNC Greensboro seeking her master's degree with a concentration in Couples and Family Counseling. Yubi is currently working at the Nicholas A. Vacc Counseling and Consulting Clinic as Graduate Assistant. She has been actively involved in the Greensboro community and beyond with various non-profits and initiatives such as the Latino Community Coalition of Guilford, Youth Focus, Immigrant Fund, and United Way of Greater Greensboro, and LatinxEd. She enjoys working with organizations that give a voice to those underrepresented, while also networking with other professionals looking to grow and develop into future community leaders. Yubi is a native of Mexico, she was raised in the U.S. since the age of 3. She was undocumented for 22 years and became a DACA recipient in 2012 when President Obama signed the executive order. Yubi later became a U.S. resident by adjusting her status through her husband who is a naturalized citizen. In 2018 she became a U.S. citizen. During her downtime, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, running, dancing, journaling, but most of all she loves to enjoy good cuisine and traveling with her husband and two children.