Meet Our Staff!
|Jodie is a senior Sociology major and Classical Studies minor from Window Rock, Arizona. She joined the CCBL staff in her first year after learning it provides opportunities for students to engage with community partners and staff on mutually beneficial projects.|
|Mika is a senior Independent Pattern of Study major and an L.A. native, raised in Chula Vista, California. After taking a CBL course her first year where she worked closely with Little Tokyo Service Center, Mika quickly grew interest in working with local community partners and combining her skills in graphics and social media to create her major: Community Development and Media Communications. She hopes to use these skills beyond Oxy to help organizations navigate through the digital world as well as communicate with their communities through different mediums.|
Olivia is a third year Theater major and Education minor from Seattle, Washington. They began working as a student facilitator their second year and enjoyed engaging with community organizations at the intersection of art and social justice. Through the CCBL, Olivia has really benefitted and been able to connect with organizations they hope to work with in the future. Beyond Oxy,they aspire to continue the work the CCBL does through work in arts education and equity.
Kelsey is a first-year and a prospective sociology major. She is from a suburb of Portland, Oregon. Kelsey joined the CCBL staff because she values active community engagement and wants to see it flourish at Occidental. She hopes to work closely with first-generation and minority students through her work with the CCBL.
Education in Action (EIA) Facilitators
Daniela Borquez - UEP 307: Public Health Practicum
Jenny Dally - CSP 56: Reimagining the “Art of the West” at the Autry: Curation as Cultural Practice
Olivia Davis - THEA 190: Theater Now: Los Angeles
Somer Greene - WRD 250: Writing with the Community
Amanda Morales - POLS 340: Rebellious Lawyering and Community Law Internship
Elle Noon - HIST 353: Catholicism and Social Justice in the Americas
Grace Tang - CSP 50: Culture of Food
Marika Tripodes - HIST 355: Indians of Mexico
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