Meet Our Senior Fellows

Meet Our Senior Fellows

With many years of Oxy experiences under their belts, our senior fellows are a great resource for you.

Senior fellows are current Oxy seniors who work in the Office of Admission conducting interviews and giving information sessions. Our senior fellows may be among the friendly faces you'll meet on campus.

Whether you are visiting campus or have questions from afar, these students are excited to connect with you!

Miki Konishi '18

Major: Critical Theory and Social Justice 
Minor: Japanese Studies 
Hometown: Reston, VA
High School: South Lakes High School

Miki grew up in Reston, Virginia, a suburb in the the greater Washington D.C. area. He discovered his passion for social justice after attending Oxy's Multicultural Summer Institute (MSI), a bridge program exposing incoming first-years to social justice issues. In his first year, Miki, along with two friends, started MULTI, a club for multiracial, multiethnic, and multicultural-identified students, which has been his most rewarding endeavor during his time at Oxy. Miki has a deep-seated love for the Office of Admission and is entering his third year of employment there. In his free time, he likes to watch anime and political satire, cook any type of cuisine, and dance.

Tatiana Ramos-Gallardo '18

Major: Diplomacy & World Affairs and Group Languages (double major)
Hometown: Ashland, OR
High school: Ashland High School
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Tatiana Ramos-Gallardo is proud to call both Leon Guanajuato, Mexico and Ashland, Oregon home. Learning a second language and growing up in two different cultures sparked her interest in international affairs and foreign languages, naturally driving her towards a double major in Diplomacy & World Affairs and Group Languages. Tati recently studied and interned abroad in Paris, France working towards fluency in her third language. She has also helped create a new club, Comparte, a partnership between students at Occidental College and members of IDEPSCA that is dedicated to working with day laborers in Glassell Park and helping them with English language acquisition. Additionally, Tati is part of las Hermanx Aliadas, Beauty Beyond Color, la Raza Coalition, Orientation team, and Delta Omicron Tau sorority. On campus, she has worked in the Office of Human Resources, the Office of Student Life, the Green Bean (a student-run coffee shop on campus), the Childhood Development Center, the Urban & Environmental Policy Institute, and the Office of Admission on campus. Tati loves cooking, exploring, reading, watching Netflix, and meeting new people.


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