Meet our Program Coordinators
Community College College of San Mateo
Major: Communication, Gender Studies
Bio: I am a second-year transfer student from the College of San Mateo (CSM). I was born and raised in the Bay Area. At CSM, I was involved with the honors program, Alpha Gamma Sigma, and was a tutor in the Learning Center.
Currently, I am involved in Greek life and School on Wheels, and I hold a leadership position in the Alumni Scholars Club. I enjoy going to the beach, traveling, and trying new coffee shops.
As a STOMP Coordinator, I hope to engage with the transfer community. I want to reduce the stigma around community college and inspire all students to take pride in their pursuit of higher education.
Community College: Moorpark College
Minor: Biomedical Research
Bio: I was born and raised in Simi Valley and attended Moorpark College where I started the Pre-Med Club on campus and was also President.
At UCLA, I am President of the TransferMed Club that creates a transfer community amongst students pursuing a career in the medical field. Additionally, I am a part of a research lab where we study melanoma, which is perfect for me because I am pursuing a career as a Dermatologist.
As a STOMP Coordinator, I want to help fellow transfer students realize our full potential and why our experiences actually make us an asset. I hope to provide a safe and welcoming space for all transfer students to come together.
Community College: San Diego Miramar College
Bio: I am a second-year transfer student from San Diego Miramar College. While at Miramar, I was an Outreach Ambassador and Mentor and studied abroad twice.
At UCLA, I am a student leader in many communities such as the Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership and LCC Asian American Theatre Company. I also work as a Campus Tour Guide. All of my experiences thus far have inspired me to pursue a career in higher education.
As STOMP Coordinator, I want to give back to the community college route and transfer process by highlighting the abundance of opportunities available for students in community college while destigmatizing the community college experience.