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ROY QUINTO

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Associate Director of Admissions

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UCLA Anderson School of Management

BIOGRAPHY

Roy Quinto, Ed.D., is currently an associate director of admissions at University California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Anderson School of Management where is responsible for recruiting and supporting LGBTQ+, African-American and Latinx applicants. He is also the director for UCLA Anderson's Pathway Guidance Program - an initiative developed by the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion office dedicated to building out recruitment pipelines for historically underrepresented minorities in graduate management education. In addition to his work at UCLA he is also the founder and executive director of the KAPUSO Foundation an organization focused on developing rigorous research based models for supporting and including LGBTQ+ youth in schools. This role complements his other work as the Chairperson for GLSEN Los Angeles, GLSEN is a 30+ year national with over 30 chapters - all of them organized around building affirming educational spaces for LGBTQ youth through training, political advocacy and networking. Before working at UCLA, KAPUSO and GLSEN he served for over 15 years as a Catholic school educator and administrator. He earned his bachelor's degree (BA) from the University of California, Berkeley, his master's degree (M.Ed) in education from Harvard University, his master's degree in business administration (M.B.A.) from UCLA Anderson and his doctorate in educational leadership for social justice (Ed.D) from Loyola Marymount University, where he sat for two years as Chair of the Alumni Board of Directors. He is a Pahara NextGen fellow and the member of multiple professional and civic organizations.