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Mon: 9:30-4:00;

Tues: 9:30-6:00;

Wednesday: 9:30-4:00;

Thursday: 9:30-6:00;

Friday 9:30-3:00

Appointments: To schedule a Counseling appointment please use our online services

Location: Student Services Center 2nd Floor - Mosaic Center






Llanet Martín, Ph.D

Associate Dean, Student Equity

Mosaic Center

Dr. Martín is a higher education administrator with a passion for institutional reform. She is an advocate for access, equity, and diversity. She brings over a decade of experience in educational leadership to the college. Currently, she serves as the Associate Dean, Student Equity at Los Angeles Valley College and holds an appointed seat on the City of Los Angeles, Workforce Development Board.

She is a proud product of the Los Angeles Community College District, which led her to earn a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She earned her master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from Harvard and her Ph.D. in Higher Education and Organizational Change from UCLA. She is a proud Angelina and is fully invested in supporting the educational and workforce efforts of her community. 

Dr. Martín may be reached at (818) 778-5764 or emailed at

Javier Carbajal-Ramos, M.A.


Dream Resource Center

Mr. Carbajal-Ramos was born in Mexico. Javier started his academic career and his commitment to helping students while a student at Pasadena City College (PCC).  He continued working with students at PCC as he earned a bachelors from UC Riverside in Psychology, focusing on Education and a Master’s in Education from Point Loma Nazarene University. 

During his 13-year tenure at PCC, Javier worked to develop and implement new recruitment strategies, assisted in redesigning the First Year Experience for students, and as an adjunct counselor worked with undocumented students within the Safe Zone Comprehensive Student Success Service program.

As a former undocumented student, Javier is an advocate for the rights of all students and a strong believer that everyone can accomplish their educational goals. Throughout his career, he has worked hard to create welcoming places and has lead trainings for faculty/ staff on how to best support undocumented students. As the counselor at the DRC, he looks forward to continuing this work and helping students achieve success.

Javier may be reached at (818) 778-5767 or emailed at


Diana Flores Martinez


Mosaic Center

Diana may be reached at (818) 778-5998 or emailed at