Meet the Staff 2019-2020

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    Gordon Toyama

    Director of Multicultural Affairs
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    Isabel Macias

    Department Assistant

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

    Major: Sociology and Chinese Studies

    Job Description: My main task is to assist with the planning and execution of OMA events organized by the office or OMA student organizations. 

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    Sucdi Ahmed

    OMA Peer Advocate

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: Portland, OR

    Major: International Studies 

    Minor: Spanish and Japanese

    Job Description: The Peer Advocate is responsible for assisting OMA clubs and events. My personal goal is to encourage OMA club collaboration and create a strong relationship between the OMA and the greater Willamette community.  

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    Ryan Ichinaga

    E&E Supervisor

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Torrance, CA

    Major:  International Studies

    Job Description: My primary job is to cater the EnE to the needs of the students, which includes printing the weekly calendar for club meetings, cleaning the EnE, and taking note of supplies that are needed. I also help organize panels for faculty and staff about certain topics and for students to speak about their research.

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    Jamjun Rorsoongnern

    Co-Coordinator, Mosaics Mentoring Program

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: San Diego, CA

    Major: Comparative Literature

    Minor: Sociology/AES

    Job Description: As a Co-Coordinator for MOSAICS, I help facilitate mentorship for students of color here at Willamette. I aspire to give as much support as possible, institutionally and interpersonally, in hopes of allowing students to flourish here. 

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    Miranda Livers

    Co-Coordinator, Mosaics Mentoring Program

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Sacramento, CA

    Major: Anthropology

    Minor: Sociology and Classical studies

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    Karla Garcia Hernandez

    Co-Coordinator, First-Generation Book Drive

    Year: Junior

    Hometown: Woodburn, OR 

    Major:  Politics, Policy, Law & Ethics

    Job Description: As one of the First Generation Book Drive Coordinators, I am responsible for collecting donated textbooks and making sure that students who request books at the beginning of every semester are able to receive at least one textbook to help alleviate that cost.

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    Manuel Marcos Gutierrez

    Co-Coordinator, First-Generation Book Drive

    Year: Senior

    Hometown: Salem, OR

    Major: Chemistry

    Minor: Sociology

    Job Description: As the co-coordinator for the first generation book drive, I assist in providing textbooks and school supplies to first-generation students. We work with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the SOAR Center in order to increase access to resources. 

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    Juana Arias Cuellar

    Co-Coordinator, First-Generation Book Drive

    Year: Sophomore

    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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