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This profile was last updated on 10/10/13  and contains information from public web pages.

Sales Development Consultant

Local Address: Grand Island, Nebraska, United States
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

Employment History


  • bachelor's degree , Spanish and English as a second language
    University of Nebraska at Kearney
  • bachelor's degree , education
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This year's judges are Tammy ..., 1 Oct 2007 [cached]
This year's judges are Tammy Alvarado, Darren Sanchez and Judy Sandstrom.
Alvarado is a first-year judge for the pageant.She works for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Grand Island.Alvarado, who is bilingual in English and Spanish, provides mortgage solutions, as well as outreach and educational services throughout the community.
She has been chosen by the Mexican government to attend a banking seminar in Mexico City in November.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo about three years ago, Alvarado taught Spanish and English as a second language for the Community Education Center and Central Community College.She graduated cum laude from the University of Nebraska at Kearney with a bachelor's degree in education with endorsements in Spanish and English as a second language.
Alvarado is a lifelong Grand Island resident.She has been active in the Heartland United Way, Grand Island Area Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Ethnic Festival.
Alvarado also has previous pageant judging experience through the Most Beautiful Baby Contests through New Star Discovery.Her daughter held the title of Miss Nebraska Princess 2003 with the Miss American Co-ed Pageant System and competed at the national level.
Tammy Alvarado 02/28/02 -, 10 Mar 2001 [cached]
Tammy Alvarado
Last modified at 10:52 a.m. on Friday, March 1, 2002
About Alvarado: Owner/operator of the Community Education Center, where she teaches both Spanish and ESL classes.
A Grand Island native and a Senior High graduate, she also has been a social worker and a teacher at Central Community College.
Grand Island is building the good life.You can see construction going on -- building new houses and apartments, new businesses and widening of roads.
Look a little harder and you can also see the building of new multicultural friendships, business contacts and families.All of the improvement projects going on in Grand Island contribute greatly to our community and our goal of building "the good life," with change, compassion and communication making it all possible.
Changes occur, no matter where you live.
Seminar takes step to bridge cultural differences 10/31/03 - News, 31 Oct 2003 [cached]
"There is a huge lack of multicultural education on both sides," said Tammy Alvarado, who facilitated the seminar."Most people, on both sides, don't want to interact because of fear."
Alvarado has been on the front line of the community's change.She is a a native Anglo-American, born in Grand Island, who married an immigrant from Honduras.She also teaches English and Spanish at her Community Education Center in downtown Grand Island.
"We use stereotypes on a daily basis," Alvarado said."That's the way we were brought up."
For example, many Latinos, especially the men, do not wear wedding rings even though they are married.It is mostly a safety issue, Alvarado said, because many Latino immigrants work in factory-type jobs.
"There are a whole bunch of people out there who need to come to these kind of seminars," Alvarado said.
August 2001 Board Minutes, 28 June 2001 [cached]
Tammy Alvarado has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education with endorsements in Spanish and English.She learned conversational Spanish by starting in the 9th grade, and has been teaching at CCC for a year and a half.Classes at CCC are reasonable and fill the need for many different people.In her classes, she has had bankers, architects, teachers, and a wide variety of people with a variety of reasons to take conversational Spanish.She has seen the enrollment grow in the past year, which is refreshing to know that people are excited to take the classes.
The development of the Business and Industry Training cluster this past year has already made a positive impact on Central Community College.Highlights from the cluster include:
* Extended Learning Services, Distribution by Enrollment 2000-01 (registrations)
ABE 8%
wells fargo bank -- wells fargo bank, 21 April 2005 [cached]
... Architectural Services _________________________________________________ Wells Fargo Bank 304 West 3rd Street PO Box 1688 Grand Island NE 68802-1688 (308)382-4800 Other Contacts: Tammy Alvarado ...
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