Redhawk Mentor Program

The Redhawk Mentors Program is run through the Office of Student Conduct and Integrity Formation. This program provides an alternative resolution opportunity to resolve alleged violations of the Redhawk Commitment and Code of Student Conduct. The Redhawk Mentors Program is designed with the goal of developing Seattle University students holistically by bringing individuals together for intentional and reflective conversations that address the mentees’ needs, values, choices.

As a student leader on campus, the Redhawk Mentor commits to the goals of:

  • Continuing to cultivate healthy relationships with students and fostering new perspectives
  • Providing students students both on and off-campus resources
  • Communicating the policies and expectations of the university to students 

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Meet the Mentors


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Arnold Manzi

Pronouns: He/his/him

Major: Economics

Bio: Manzi is a sophomore at Seattle U majoring in Economics. He is originally from Rwanda, East Africa. Manzi loves soccer, and he likes socializing and anything that involves eating and dancing.


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Blaise Ntiranyibagira

Pronouns: He/him/his

Major: Computer Science

Bio: Blaise is an undergraduate student at Seattle U in the Computer Science program. He was born and raised in Burundi where he spent all his pre-college life. Blaise is a soccer fan and player and enjoys art, music, and drives.


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David Bachofer

Pronouns: He/they

Major: Philosophy and English

Bio: David hails from the East Bay in California. Yearning for adventure and a cooler climate, he moved up to Seattle to pursue Philosophy and English. David can be found winding through the city streets and up dirt trails in local parks, or hiding indoors doodling or playing video games.

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Emma Schuster

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Major: Public Affairs

Bio: Emma Schuster is the Program Coordinator of the Redhawk Mentors program. She is a fourth year Public Affairs major with a minor in Political Science. In her free time, she enjoys going on walks, discovering new music, and keeping up with the news. Emma is also passionate about social justice and politics.

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Graham Wielgos

Pronouns: He/him/his

Major: Political Science and Strategic Communication

Bio: Graham is a third-year student hailing from Oak Park, Illinois. This is his second year as a Redhawk Mentor and he loves working with students he would likely never meet otherwise. Outside of school, Graham enjoys travelling, hiking, and theatre, three things he is excited to return to once COVID-19 is under control. Among his personal goals is going on a cheese-tasting tour of Europe. A self-described voting enthusiast, Graham works as an elections researcher for BallotReady, a non-partisan online voter guide.


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Maria Esquivel

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Major: Forensic Psychology

Bio: My name is Maria! I was born and raised in Southern California, specifically the LA area. I am also a part of SU Dance Marathon and MEChA, or you can catch me working in the CSI office. I enjoy binging shows and movies or being outside and exploring. A fun fact is that I was born on Super Bowl Sunday!

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Sean Robinson

Pronouns: He/him/his

Major: Nursing and Spanish

Bio: Sean is an undergraduate student double majoring in Nursing and Spanish. He works in the Seattle University Education Abroad office and with Integrity Formation as a Redhawk Mentor. Sean is from Great Falls, Montana. In his free time Sean loves to go on hikes, play tennis, find new coffee shops around the city, listen to new music, and watch new movies and shows.