Profiles - Global Diversity & Inclusion

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Meet Mona Tougas Meet Mona Tougas
Staff Member
Meet Alexandra Van Meet Alexandra Van
Access Services Coordinator
Staff Member
Meet Mary Popish Meet Mary Popish
Adaptive Technology Specialist & Alternative Formats Coordinator
Staff Member
Meet Bree Kalima
Aloha mai kākou! My name is Bree Kalima (she/her/hers) and I am an indigenous pacific womxn, scholar-practitioner, ally, storyteller, and femtor. I was born and raised on the island of Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi and identify ethnically as Kanaka Maoli, Japanese, Chinese, English, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh. I am honored to be the Pacific Islander, Asian, and Asian American (PIAAA) Student Center Program Coordinator at PSU. Prior to coming to PSU, I pursued my undergraduate education as a first-gen student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo (UHH) where I studied Psychology, Administrtaion of Justice, and Hawaiian Studies. During my time at UHH, I served as a student coordinator for First-Year Experience, Academic & Career Advising, Residential Life, Peer Mentoring, and Minority Access & Achievement Programs. I was also part of the coalition that reinstated the Native Hawaiian Student Leadership Conference. After taking a working gap year upon graduation, I continued my education at San Diego State University (SDSU) where I will soon earn my M.Ed. in Postsecondary Educational Leadership, Specialization in Student Affairs. While at SDSU, I was a graduate assistant for Commuter Life in the office of Student Life & Leadership, a graduate assistant for the Center for Intercultural Relations, and the graduate intern for (AAPI)phany – a student-centered workshop series that explored identity, culture, community, advocacy and coalition building of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Lastly, I am a Community Engagement Coordinator for NASPAʻs Asian Pacific Islander Knowledge Community (API KC). Outside of my role at PSU, I am a huge foodie and I like to work out, (re)connect to land/culture/community/self, binge watch Netflix/Hulu, and talk story.
Staff Member
Set to graduate in four years or less Set to graduate in four years or less
At just 19, Portland-native Jose Lopez Delgado is already a junior and well on his way to graduating from the School of Business Administration as part of the University’s innovative Four-Year Degree Guarantee Program.
Undergraduate Student
Dr. Miriam Abelson Dr. Miriam Abelson
Assistant Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Ph.D., University of Oregon, 2014
Faculty Member
Meet Professor Roberto de Anda Meet Professor Roberto de Anda
Roberto de Anda is Professor and Director of the Chicano/Latino Studies Program and a member of the SGRN Executive Committee
Faculty Member
Meet Dr. Sally McWilliams Meet Dr. Sally McWilliams
Chair & Professor, Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Department, SGRN Executive Committee member
Faculty Member
Lisa Jarrett Lisa Jarrett
Faculty Member
Shantika Green Shantika Green
Staff Member
Meet Karen Morehouse Meet Karen Morehouse
Access Counselor and Consultant in the Disability Resource Center
Staff Member
Meet Pedro S. Torres Meet Pedro S. Torres
Senior Program Coordinator, La Casa Latina Student Center
Staff Member
Meet Michele Bromley Meet Michele Bromley
IT Accessibility Coordinator for Academic Technology Services
Staff Member
Meet Jen Dugger Meet Jen Dugger
Director of the Disability Resource Center
Staff Member
Lamarra Haynes Lamarra Haynes
In 2011, Lamarra Haynes was crowned Portland’s Rose Festival Queen. She didn’t know it then, but this award and her presence on television would be the door to her future.
Undergraduate Student
Meet Professor Michele R. Gamburd Meet Professor Michele R. Gamburd
Dr. Michele Gamburd is Professor and Chair of Anthropology.
Faculty Member
Local Government Diversity Initiatives in Oregon: An Exploratory Study Local Government Diversity Initiatives in Oregon: An Exploratory Study
Authored by: Nishishiba, Masami. This study catalogues types of diversity activities conducted by local governments and identifies key factors in the development and successful implementation of diversity initiatives.
Publication
NASCC 10 Year Anniversary Recap
Organization
Alma M. O. Trinidad Alma M. O. Trinidad
Change Agent - Transforming communities, one student at a time
Faculty Member
Lisa Bates Lisa Bates
Fair Housing - Understanding history, culture, and policy
Faculty Member
Karen Moorhead Karen Moorhead
Assistant Professor of Practice
Faculty Member
Desiree Pacheco Desiree Pacheco
Rules of the Game - Changing "business as usual"
Faculty Member
Meet Darcy Kramer Meet Darcy Kramer
Access Counselor and Consultant in the Disability Resource Center
Staff Member
Christine Cress Christine Cress
Classroom Community - Grasping opportunities for life-long learning
Faculty Member
Katharine Cahn Katharine Cahn
Executive Director, Center for Improvement of Child & Family Services; Professor of Practice
Faculty Member
Laurie Powers Laurie Powers
Self Determined Success - Helping people with disabilities chart their lives
Faculty Member
Kristi Yuthas Kristi Yuthas
Earning Power - Lifting people out of poverty through business education
Faculty Member
Michael Smith Michael Smith
College Bound - Helping diverse students reach higher education
Faculty Member
Veronica Dujon Veronica Dujon
Worlds Together - Weighing global issues on a human scale
Faculty Member