Office of Student Life: Civic Engagement Staff

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Headshot of Melissa

Melissa Baker-Boosamra

Email 
[email protected]

Title 
Associate Director of Student Life - Civic Engagement and Assessment

What does Civic Engagement mean to you?

Civic engagement means working together to co-create the world we want to live in.

What issues are important to you? 

The health of our democracy, racial equity, immigration, environmental issues.

Fun Fact!

I was on Fear Factor and went bungee jumping in Australia! 


bri

Bri Slager

Email

[email protected]

Title

Assistant Director of Student Organizations

What does Civic Engagement mean to you?

What issues are important to you?

Fun Fact!

I am a world champion.


Phillip

Phillip Brzezinski

Title

Office of Student Life: Civic Engagement Graduate Assistant

Year

1st year Graduate Student

What does Civic Engagement mean to you?

Civic engagement is getting involved with your community and working to make it a better place.

What issues are important to you?

Protecting and preserving the environment and mental health awareness.

Fun Fact!

My favorite movie is Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.


Lily

Lily Camp

Title

Office of Student Life: Civic Engagement Student Assistant

Year

Junior

Major & Minor

History & Secondary Education with a minor in Spanish

What does Civic Engagement mean to you?

Civic engagement means that you and your community take it upon yourselves to expand the willingness to help each other, and ultimately create your community a better place to be.

What issues are important to you?

Student engagement, mental health awareness, healthcare, LGBTQ+ rights, and women’s rights.

Fun Fact!

I have over 10 plants in my apartment.



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