Fellow:Crystal Sedano

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Crystal Sedano is a University Innovation Fellow and an undergraduate student studying Elementary Education at Utah Valley University (UVU). Sedano is originally from Logan, UT, where she lived until 2001 and moved to Farmington, NM where she finished her high school degree. After graduating high school, she moved to Orem, UT to begin her career and passion to teach youth and hope to make a difference. There, she was exposed to the University Innovation Fellows after her Sophomore year. 

At Utah Valley University, Crystal is involved with the Center for the Advancement of Leadership, Residential Coordinator Leader (RCL) and a Creative Learning Studio Liaison for the School of Education. In addition, she has worked for the University as an Undergraduate School of Education Office Assistant. In her spare time, she loves to plan events or hang outs with friends and family. She also loves cooking and baking.

From a very young age, Crystal was interested in Elementary Education. Growing up, she was very heavily involved in Student Council, Educators Rise, FCCLA, a few sports, and the After School Program. In 2017, Sedano became a scholar to the Latino Educators of Tomorrow Scholarship, an award funded by UVU School of Education and Multicultural Center. Sedano is very passionate about education to younger generation and fulfilling their dreams. This passion has led her to participate in involvement in school districts to show students how to use different technology. On her campus, she is interested in getting other students involved in multiple events on and off campus for everyone to interact with each other.