Meet the Staff 2016-2017

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    Gordon Toyama

    Director of Multicultural Affairs
    503-370-6265
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    Maribel Carrazco Padilla

    Department Assistant

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: Oakland, CA

    Major: Sociology

    Minor: American Ethnic Studies

    Job Description: As the Department Assistant I help out with logistics for OMA events, hiring and I send out email updates to the OMA community.

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    Malorie Hill

    OMA Peer Advocate

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Miami, FL

    Major: Politics

    Minor: American Ethnic Studies and Sociology

    Job Description: I am excited to build connections with the various OMA clubs. Through close work with Gordy, ASWU, and the club executives I hope to help foster a bigger OMA community.

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    Crystelle Baclig

    Co-Coordinator, Mosaics Mentoring Program

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Honolulu, HI

    Major: Communications and Media

    Minor: Sociology and American Ethnic Studies

    Job Description: I am one of the Mosaics Coordinators for the Mosaics Peer Mentoring Program. I help support first year students as well as older students towards social and academic success as they navigate their way through college.

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    Ashley Alunan

    Co-Coordinator, Mosaics Mentoring Program

    Year: Sophomore

    Hometown: Sacramento, CA

    Major: Undecided 

    Minor: Art History

    Job Description: I am looking forward to connecting more with awesome people in the OMA community. Also, I am exciting to see bonds develop between mentors and mentees!

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    Luisa Williams

    Supervisor: The Student Center for Equity and Empowerment

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: Rialto, CA

    Major: Sociology

    Minor: N/A

    Job Description: As the Student Center for Equity and Empowerment Supervisor, I look forward to making the space comfortable, accessible, and fun for all people of marginalized identities. I am excited to be closer to people in this community.