Wellness and Health Promotion

Members

Aitana Sandoval

Cell and Molecular Biology
Mathematics
Junior

Hey everyone! My name is Aitana, I’m a 3rd year studying molecular biology. I’m from Boston, and use she/her pronouns. I’m passionate understanding intersections of all aspects of health and race/class/ethnicity/gender/sexuality. I grow a lot of plants, and try to stay healthy by keeping hydrated.

I’m always happy to meet, feel free to contact me at sandova8@seattleu.edu.

Jane Hunter

Communications
Senior

My name is Jane Hunter and this will be my 3rd year on the Health and Wellness Crew! I am a senior strategic communications major with a minor in psychology. I use she/hers/her for my pronouns. I am from Bellevue, WA but grew up in Colorado. Go Rockies! When I am not studying, planning events or sleeping you can find me reading books, walking around my neighborhood with my dog, having tea with friends, or debating the meaning of the latest episodes of The Flash, or Game of Thrones. One health topic I really like talking about is substance use and abuse. Particularly, tobacco and alcohol. Staying healthy can be hard in college but one way that healthy is drinking water and eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. But my most favorite way to de-stress is taking baths with lavender! If you want to reach out to me please email me at hunterj4@seattleu.edu 

Ashley Abel

Biology
Sophomore

Hey Redhawks! My name is Ashley, and I am a sophomore Biology major with a specialization in Global Awareness. I am California native and use she/her/hers pronouns. I am a huge animal lover, and volunteer at a local veterinary clinic in my spare time. I absolutely love Thai food, and finding new coffee shops to study in around Seattle. I am most interested in mental health and sexual and reproductive health, as well as illness prevention and healthy relationships. I stay healthy in college by walking everywhere, going on early morning runs before class, and by practicing mindfulness regularly. Feel free to hit me up at abela@seattleu.edu!

Dana Fuqua

Nursing
Sophomore

I’m Dana, a sophomore Nursing major and Psychology minor, and I prefer she/her pronouns! I am a born and raised Seattleite, avid dog-lover, and attempted yogi (the effort is there--not so much the skill)! I’m really passionate about physical health and well-being, especially focused on illness prevention. One way I stay healthy is by getting all the sleep that I can, and always staying loaded up on Vitamin C! I’m also a coffee addict who loves any excuse for a good latte, so reach out to me and let’s get together for some! Contact me at: fuquad@seattleu.edu!

Emmah Ferguson

Biology
Comparative Religion
Sophomore

Hey y’all! My name is Emmah, and I am a sophomore studying biology and comparative religion. I’m from Vancouver, Washington, and I use she/her/hers pronouns. I’m really passionate about mental health, eating disorder prevention, and body positivity. When I’m not studying, you can find me window-shopping downtown, cooking new recipes, and drinking tea. I try to stay healthy in college by trying to get out and do something social once a day, as well as by getting enough sleep. If you every want to chat about anything, email me at fergus29@seattleu.edu!

Helena Laubach

Nursing
Senior

Hello! My name is Helena, and I am a senior studying Nursing. I use she/her/hers pronouns. I am from Tacoma, WA, and there are few things I love more than hiking, reading, and being with friends and family. I am passionate about sexual and reproductive health, nutrition, and mental health, and I would love to talk with you about those subjects and more! The way I keep myself healthy in college is making time for exercise, trying to make healthy choices while eating, and staying connected to my support system at school and at home. Feel free to reach me at laubachh@seattleu.edu!

Kayla Ng

Nursing
Sophomore

Hi everyone! My name is Kayla and I am a sophomore studying Nursing. I prefer she/her/hers pronouns. I am from California, and I enjoy cooking. Nutrition is super interesting to me (so come talk to me about it!), and exercising is one way I try stay healthy during the school year.

You can reach me at kayla.j.ng22@gmail.com.

Laurel Beaty

Psychology
Senior

Hello! I am Laurel and I use she/her/hers pronouns. I am a senior Psychology Major with a minor in Spanish. I am from Fort Collins Colorado and love spending as much time outside and exploring as possible. You can typically find me reading in a coffee shop, following around cute dogs, trying new food, or playing the piano. I am really passionate about mental health, sexual and reproductive health, and healthy relationships and I am always trying to learn more and dialogue about these topics. For me, I have found that getting a good night of sleep helps so much with health in college, so I make sure to set myself up right to get all the hours I need. Study breaks with my piano and paints also help destress me during the school year. Please feel free to contact me at any point at beatyl@seattleu.edu. I would love to get to know you over your favorite food!

Martin Mendiola

Philosophy
Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies
Junior
Phone: 818-442-2541

Hi! My name is Martin. I am a junior Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies double major. I use he/him/his pronouns. I am from Van Nuys, CA, a small town in the middle of the San Fernando Valley. I enjoy existential, psychological thrillers and I write poetry. I am very interested in nutrition, stress, and mental health. I stay healthy in college by committing to healthy routines and habits. I try to wake up at the same time every morning, go to the gym for 30 minutes to an hour, eat a healthy breakfast, go back to my room to shower, and take 5-10 minutes to just sit and enjoy some puerh (amazing Chinese black tea)! Contact me at mendiol2@seattleu.edu or (818)442-2541, and we can chat over some tea if you like!

Michael Clymer

International Studies
Sophomore

Hello! My name is Michael, and I use they/them pronouns. I am a sophomore International Studies major, but that might be changing soon! I am from Boulder, Colorado, and love cooking and eating good food. I am passionate about sexual and reproductive health and healthy relationships and love talking about it all day, every day! One way I try to stay healthy in college is by finding fun and delicious ways to eat healthy. Feel free to contact me at clymerm@seattleu.edu. I'd love to get coffee and chat!

Tara Tagami

Biology
Junior

Hello! I’m Tara and I prefer she/her/hers pronouns. I am a junior Biology major coming from the sunny island of Oahu. When I’m not swimming or tanning at the beach, I enjoy drinking endless cups of coffee and reading new books. I am passionate about stress and mental health and would love to hear your thoughts about these topics! Throughout the year, I stay healthy by focusing on nutrition and maintaining a strong support system with family and friends. Please feel free to contact me at tagamit@seattleu.edu!

Taylor Moscoe

Psychology
Junior

Hi there! I'm Taylor and I use she/her/hers pronouns. I'm a junior psychology major, with a minor in criminal justice! I am a true PNW girl and am originally from Beaverton, OR. I absolutely LOVE the outdoors. Whenever I have free time, you can find me reading at Lake Washington or hiking around one of our many gorgeous mountains! I am really passionate about mental health, eating disorders and sexual assault prevention so please stop by to talk to me about it! I stay healthy in college by practicing mindfulness, journaling and by staying connected to my community!

Please feel free to contact me at moscoet@seattleu.edu.

Zoe Chee

Nursing
Sophomore

Hi I’m Zoe! I am a sophomore nursing major and use she/her pronouns. I was born and raised just north of Seattle in Kirkland, WA. I enjoy watching movies and running around outdoors with friends. One way I stay healthy in college is by trying to get a good night’s sleep as often as possible. I’m also super interested all things mental health, and would love to chat with you about it! Feel free to contact me at cheez@seattleu.edu