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May 8, 2012

To Whom It May Concern, This letter of recommendation is written in strong support of Stephanie Inkhamfong. It has been a pleasure to serve as a mentor to this talented young woman. Stephanie would make a unique contribution to your program with her organizational skills. Stephanie is a spring 2012 graduate from the University of Colorado Denver, with a B.A. in Communications and a minor in Ethnic Studies. She has served as a marketing intern for Bayaud Enterprises, and was a team leader in planning the Healthy Family Fair. She is a determined, capable, and personable young woman. She has the ability to establish an excellent rapport with people, and is genuinely interested in helping others with a consistently positive and helpful manner. Stephanie is self-assured and calmly handled the stress of university studies. Stephanie is fully committed to her dream of enhancing an organization with her social media, event planning, and online skills. Her vision is inspiring. One of her strongest gifts is a compassionate nature, which would serve her well in working with various groups. She is dedicated to the goal of making changes in the quality of individual lives. Stephanie is extremely bright, responsible, and visionary. She is exceptionally responsible and blends a well organized, task oriented style with a sensitivity to individuals. As you can tell, I think very highly of this young woman. She is extremely capable, both as an individual, and on a collective level. Stephanie will make a difference in any work or educational setting. It has been an honor to serve as a mentor to this talented young woman. She will serve as a visible model of success to many communities. Please do not hesitate to contact me, if I can provide further information. Sincerely,

Donna Martinez, Ph.D. Professor and Chair


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Ethnic Studies Minor Letter of Rec

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