Ague Mae Manongsong is a current PhD student and graduate assistant in the Educational Leadership track. Her research interests center on the different applications of mentoring for the purposes of increasing the likelihood of positive career outcomes for minorities, women, minority women, and other marginalized groups. Specifically, Ague Mae seeks to explore how these different populations utilize and benefit from mentoring. She is also a member of the editorial board for the School of Education’s Emerging Voices in Education Journal.
Prior to her doctoral studies, Ague Mae earned her BA in Psychology from California State University, Sacramento. She also earned her first MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from CSUS. Ague Mae earned her second MA in Organizational Behavior and Evaluation from Claremont Graduate University. Additionally, she worked as a supplementary instructor for general psychology and tutor of research statistics. The culmination of her experiences in academia and within the field continue to inspire her pursuit and completion of a doctoral degree.