Rosinel Ermio, MS
Senior Learning Specialist
Rosinel is excited to be a senior learning specialist at the Schwab Learning Center (SLC) at CHC. She draws from her experience as a learning specialist at the SLC at Stanford University and as accommodations coordinator at the Disability Resource Center (now known as the Accessible Education Center) at San José State University. Rosinel understands the challenges and strengths of individuals with learning disabilities and believes learner variability and cognitive diversity enrich our communities with innovation, creativity, originality and empathy. She embraces the opportunity to engage individuals and their strengths, understand their needs and challenges, and empower them with effective and creative tools and individualized strategies to help them reach their goals across the lifespan. Rosinel realizes that each person has unique preferences and experiences; she uses a collaborative yet self-reflective approach to foster self-awareness and agency and to determine optimal and workable solutions.
Rosinel also has interests in eliminating attitudinal, physical and technological barriers in education and building greater educational equity, accessibility and inclusion. Through her work with diverse learners, Rosinel has recognized that learning and performance can be more dynamic and motivating with community, connections and shared experiences. This inspired her to develop the Peer Engagement Network for SLC students at Stanford and to build virtual gathering spaces for focus and productivity sessions.
In addition to her work, Rosinel brings joy and fulfillment to her life by spending time with her amazing family and dog, enjoying visual and performing arts, trying new foods, and getting lost in libraries, bookstores and books.
- MS, Assistive Technology Studies & Human Services, California State University, Northridge
- BA, Communicative Disorders & Sciences, Minor in Art Education, San José State University
- Association on Higher Education and Disability International Association of Accessibility Professionals