Peer Mentors

The role of the Connections Leadership Program Peer Mentor is an important one in the success and development of students of color at Seattle University. Peer Mentors have primary responsibility for implementing the Connections Leadership Program (CLP), a signature program for development of committed, connected leaders of color who possess an awareness of self, group, and community, and who are empowered to effect sustainable change.

Peer Mentors are involved in the important work of student of color retention. Serving as guides, advisors, and friends, they play a vital role in how students of color engage the campus community and establish avenues for academic success.

We recruit Peer Mentors during the winter quarter to serve for the following academic year.

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Andrea Roberta Martinez

Major: Humanities for Leadership & Psychology

Class Standing: 4th Year

Pronous: She/Her/Hers

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Aryon Shahidzadeh

Major: Political Science

Class Standing: 3rd Year

Pronouns: He/Him/His

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Fabian Rico

Major: Business Management

Class Standing: 2nd Year

Pronouns: He/Him/His

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Genesis Williamson

Major: Psychology

Class Standing: 2nd Year

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Linh Nguyen

Major: Computer Science

Class Standing: 4th Year

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Meilani Mandery

Major: Art History & Arts Leadership

Class Standing: 2nd Year

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Michael Ninen

Major: International Studies & Spanish

Class Standing: 3rd Year

Pronouns: He/Him/His

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Miracle Orji

Major: Chemistry

Class Standing: 4th Year

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Soleil Cababa

Major: Digital Design

Class Standing: 2nd Year

Pronouns: Sher/Her/Hers