Administrative Receptionists

 

    Nuhamin Tassu

  • Nuhamin Tassu

    Technology and Information Management / Junior / She, Her, Hers

    Hi! My name is Nuhamin and I am a Technology and Information Management and Business Management Economics double major. I am from Oakland, CA and I am now a third year! I chose to work at EOP because I am passionate about helping others. EOP lets me pursue my passion because I am helping students navigate UCSC and utilize all the resources that EOP has to offer. I also know that EOP has a warm and welcoming environment and I thought what better place to work at than this office. I look forward for what's to come!


  • Lizbeth Leon

  • Lizbeth Leon

    Psychology and Sociology / Junior / She, Her, Hers

    My name is Lizbeth Leon and I am a third year majoring in Psychology and Sociology with a minor in Education. I use she/her/hers pronouns, and I love to exercise by: hiking, swimming, dancing, and lifting weights. I chose to work for EOP because I enjoy visiting the welcoming environment and I find their resources beneficial. I have taken advantage of their free printing, Lending Library Textbook, Wellness programs, Newsletters, and housing on-campus. These opportunities motivate me to succeed in my education and personal life. I feel empowered and balanced when I focus on my academics, as well as my mental and physical health.One of my favorite memories last year was attending the campus campout wellness event because I got to relax with my friends and experience a peaceful night after my weekly meeting for Sigma Lambda Gamma. With that said, I would love to provide support for undocumented students, and equip the LatinX community with academic and personal resources. The EOP center is an excellent resource on-campus, and I am excited to work with a team and to meet all the students that come into the office.

  • Sharon Valle R.

  • Sharon Valle R.

    Legal Studies and Latin America & Latino Studies / Junior / She, Her, Hers

    My name is Sharon, but I go by Shari. My pronouns are she/her/hers. I’m double majoring in Legal Studies and Latin America & Latino Studies. I chose to work for EOP because it will give me the opportunity to help students coming from communities and background similar to mine.

  • Yesenia Vega

  • Yesenia Vega

    Psychology and Sociology, Latin American and Latinx Studies / Senior / She, They

    My name is Yesenia Vega and I am a fourth year majoring in Psychology and Sociology/Latin American and Latinx Studies. I identify as a queer Latinx woman and I am from Sacramento, CA. I began working at EOP my third year and I am continuing because I am passionate about helping underrepresented students navigate institutional barriers. From the start of my undergraduate career, the community at EOP has guided and supported me. I was provided with resources to help thrive academically during my first year as an EOP Bridge participant. Since my participation in Bridge, I knew I wanted to work in an environment where I could help students like myself who are first-generation, low-income, and from communities of color. I decided to work for EOP to help create an inclusive space in which students feel welcome, seen, and validated.

  • Katia Miranda

  • Katia Miranda

    Community Studies and Spanish Studies / Sophomore / She, Her, Hers

    Hi! My name is Katia and I was born and raised in downtown Los Angeles. I am now a second year and I’m majoring in Community Studies and Spanish with the hopes of going into public policy in the future. I chose to work at EOP because I am passionate about making the transition into college as smooth as possible for historically underrepresented communities in higher ed. As an EOP student myself, I’ve found a great community at the ARC and I’m really excited to greet you behind the desk once we’re all back on campus. I’m excited to help! :)