Diversity + Inclusion Ambassadors
Ambassadors serve as representatives for the Office of Diversity Student Programs
Diversity Ambassadors Program
The Diversity Ambassadors program gives students from various backgrounds an opportunity to engage in active learning around diversity, equity and inclusion, assist in the planning of cultural heritage months, and be an advocate for the Office of Diversity Student Programs.
Benefits of being an ambassador include:
- Community engagement (speaking with high school and middle school students from underprivileged backgrounds)
- A focus on personal and professional development
- Various leadership opportunities on and off campus
Meet 2018 – 2019 Diversity Ambassadors
Kaleb Barber - He/Him
Major: Business Administration
Favorite artist: J. Cole
Social justice area of focus: I want to be able to have a beneficial impact or be able to make changes in the lives of people of color for the better.
Abigaile Weiser - She/Her
Favorite tv show/music artist: Bojack Horseman and no favorite music artist but I love alternative music
Social justice area of focus: I care deeply for reproductive rights, lgbtq rights, and disability rights.
Victoria Gomez-Medina - She/Her
Favorite TV show and/or music artist: Bob’s Burgers; Joji
Social justice area of focus: I would like to bring awareness to environmental racism and how it affects our underrepresented population!
Terraya (Raya) Carter - She/Her
Major: Art Therapy
Favorite TV show and/or music artist: Avatar the Last Airbender /Tupac
Social justice area of focus: I have a passion for bringing awareness to all underrepresented groups and ensuring that we receive the equality and justice we as rightful citizens deserve.
Kristian Gilmore- She/Her
Favorite TV Show: Martin/ Beyoncé
Social Justice: Mass shootings of unarmed black individuals
Jacob Miller- He/His
Major: Communication w a minor in Ethnic & Gender Studies
Favorite TV Show and/or Music artist: Big Brother // Nicki Minaj
Social justice area of focus: LGBTQ+ acceptance and rights
Tiffany Sanders -Her/Hers
Major: Elementary Education
Favorite TV show and artist: The office, and Koryn Hawthorne
Social Justice area of focus: Creating an opportunity for children of all diversity backgrounds to have equal education.
Taylor Lee Her/Hers
Favorite show and artist- A different World and Lauryn Hill
Social Justice focus- Being a voice for underrepresented students.
Ana Pèrez-Lebron, Her/Hers
Favorite music artist: Brockhamton
Social justice area of focus: I have a passion for ensuring that students of color that fall under LGBTQ+ have the resources and knowledge they would need to both feel and be safe.