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Jannely Flores is thrilled to work as a college advisor at Molina High School. She was born and raised in Oak Cliff and is a proud alumna of Dallas ISD. Jannely is a graduate of the University of North Texas, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in History and a certificate in Latino/a and Mexican American Studies.
As an ASP alum, Jannely recognizes the impact that college access can have on students, and as a first-generation college student, she understands how daunting the college admissions process can seem. She is excited to help students achieve their goals and support them throughout the application process.
When Jannely isn’t at work, she enjoys singing, spending time with her son, and cuddling with her cat Missy. She is looking forward to meeting and working with students this year!
Students and Families: CLICK HERE to connect with Ms. Zamora!
Mireya Zamora is thrilled to be returning to Moises E. Molina High School as a second year college advisor! Mireya is a born and raised Dallas-ite and first generation Latina who is passionate about helping her community, especially students, learn and strive for more than what they’ve been given. Being a daughter of immigrants, Mireya had little guidance of the college journey but knew it was something she wanted. After attending community college, she transferred to The University of Texas at Austin. Although she enjoyed her time at UT, she wants her students to strive for more and get the full university experience with the least amount of debt as possible. In her free time, she enjoys going to small business markets and trying new food places in the Dallas area.
Students and Families: CLICK HERE to connect with Mrs. Burner!
Jade Burner is overjoyed to serve as an ASP advisor at Molina High School. Having grown up in the Dallas metroplex, it fills her heart with pride to be able to give back to it. She attended Xavier University of Louisiana and pursued degrees in Political Science and French.
Before joining ASP, she spent five years serving as a Youth and Families Director for another local non-profit where she had the unique opportunity to serve as a champion of success for children and youth. This experience ignited her desire to create greater equity within the education system. She is passionate about generating hope and vision for the ones who are our nation’s future. While she is aware of the challenges that lie ahead for students applying to college, she is prepared to show up and support them to ease the anxieties that the application process can bring. She aims to cultivate the next generation to believe in the possibilities of their potential and make moves in light of it.
Aside from being a champion of hope, Jade loves spending time with her husband, family, and friends,
traveling, reading the Bible, exercising, and binge-watching the latest Netflix reality game series.