Major/Year: Biocultural Anthropology, 4th year
Why did you seek to be in this position?: To contribute to support student from all identities find resources on campus and help them further their understanding of the wide variety of social justice issues on campus and in our communities.
What are you excited about for this year?: Establishing new relationships and putting on events that I hope everyone will enjoy!
What are your special interest for the office?: Supporting clubs and other organizations as a reliable resource and putting on memorable events for our students.
What can students come to you for?: Students are always welcomed to come visit, grab some snacks, use our books, or enjoy some company from the SIRC.
What’s a favorite activity of yours?: Eating food and petting dogs.
Major/Year: Biology--Molecular and Cell Emphasis/Junior
Why did you seek to be in this position?: I wanted to become the SIRC Assistant Coordinator due to my passion for social justice and a drive to create diverse and inclusive programming on campus focusing on a wide variety of issues relevant to the student body.
What are you excited about for this year?: I am excited to learn more about Western as a whole (I am a transfer student) along with being able to reach out to students on various topics that may be of interest to them.
What are your special interest for the office?: My special interests for the office would be anything regarding social issues and social justice. Specifically, I have past experience in programming events on topics related to health and wellness, which includes things such as sexual health, mental health, disease prevention, and more.
What can students come to you for?: Students can come to me to talk to me about various social issues, to find out about upcoming events, for information about the various resources available on campus, or to simply come in and say hi!
What’s a favorite activity of yours?: I enjoy hiking, listening to music, and visiting my lovely dog who lives back in my hometown.