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    Gordon Toyama

    Director of Multicultural Affairs
    503-370-6265
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    Maya Lucero-Romero

    Equity and Empowerment (E&E) Supervisor

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: Milwaukie, OR

    Major: Spanish and Global Cultural Studies

    Minor: Latin American Studies

    Job Description: Responsible for creating a safe space for students and will assist with creating a climate of inclusivity for individuals and groups who are guided by the principles of social justice and/or from historically underrepresented groups. The Supervisor will provide leadership, complete administrative tasks, and perform functions that facilitate successful day-to-day operations.

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    Oscar Figueroa Ponce

    Co-Coordinator, Mosaics Mentoring Program

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: Salem, OR

    Major: Chemistry

    Minor: Spanish

    Job Description: As the co-coordinator for MOSAICS, I help facilitate mentorship for students of color here at Willamette. I aim to help build the sense of community within the program ensuring mentors and mentees have the support they need to successfully navigate their college experience.

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    Abod Ali

    Co-Coordinator, Mosaics Mentoring Program

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: West Linn, OR

    Major: Economics

    Minor: Studio Arts

    Job Description: As the co-coordinator for MOSAICS, I help facilitate mentorship for students of color here at Willamette. I aim to be a pillar of support for both mentors and mentees, in an ever evolving relationship filled with growth in order to make the most out of what Willamette has to offer.

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    Vanessa Hernandez Barrón

    Co-Coordinator, First-Generation Book Drive

    Year: Sophomore

    Hometown: Amity, OR

    Major: Business

    Minor: Politics, Policy, Law and Ethics

    Job Description: As a co-coordinator for the First Generation Book Drive I'm in charge of helping out students with their books/textbooks. Each semester we help students checkout books and then return them for other students who will need them in the future. Most of this process is done through an online system used by us as well as the students.

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    Juana Arias Cuellar

    Co-Coordinator, First-Generation Book Drive

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Woodburn, OR

    Major: Psychology and Sociology

    Minor: Spanish

    Job Description: I'm currently one of the coordinators for the First-Generation Book Drive at Willamette. I'm in charge of reaching out to first-gen students in need of books/textbooks, we let them borrow the books and then return them for future students to use. We keep track of all this process in an online system to facilitate things for us and the students. 

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    Oakley Phoenix

    Student Advocacy Coordinator: Equity and Empowerment Liaison

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: Benicia, CA

    Major: Women's and Gender Studies

    Minor: English and Sociology

    Job Description: I split my time between the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Gender Resource and Advocacy Center in order to provide support in organizing events, resources, and community-building initiatives. I'm dedicated to supporting and helping to create more intersectional social justice initiatives on campus.

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    Joshue Fuentes-Ventura

    OMA Student Assistant

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Salem, OR

    Major: Civic Communications and Media

    Minor: Economics

    Job Description: Support OMA's Annual Programs and OMA student organizations. Maintain social media accounts manage e-newsletter, update OMA webpage, make posts to Instagram. Other responsibilities included tasks around the office.

Willamette University

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Address
Renjen Center - York Hall
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.
Phone
503-370-6265

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