Unfortunately our site is under construction and so the new members are not up yet. In the mean time you can marvel at our fabolous returning members!
Gabriel Setright is from Nicaragua. He is a psychology major significantly influenced by his experience growing up in Nicaragua. His dad is a Sandinista Guerilla turned poet and his mom is a 70's activist turned teacher. Gabe is mainly interested in: Nicaragua and Latin America, Critical Theory and Ecofeminism, anarchy and politics, music and soccer. He resides in Preston House, his favorite color is purple, enjoys Pinha Coladas and the company of cats. He is interested in how systems of oppression psychologically effect the individual and the collective and loves answering all sorts of questions! E-mail him.
De'Andrea hails from California and facilitates the Women's Circle with pizzazz. She is the RD for Stephenson and loves working with students. She is patient, kind, funny, and really loves petting cows. E-mail her.
Kendall loves long walks on the beach, Harry Potter, and ice cream truly will win her heart. Her spirit animal is the Hippogriff and her major is Social Work. E-mail her.
Ew joined WWC a year ago as the RISE Project and Title IX Coordinator- in August 2012 he was invited to work with EMPOWER. Ew holds a master's degree in Theatre, from Missouri State University. He assisted with the development of the Education Through Drama (ETD) Program for Planned Parenthood of the Rochester/Syracuse Region. Ew joined Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) as the Educational Coordinator for the Women's Center at RIT. While working under a grant from the Department of Justice, the program gained attention as one of the only examples in the literature to demonstrate an actual reduction in the number os assaults post intervention. In addition to his professional life in violence prevention, Ew offers educational dram and Theatre of the Oppressed workshops at various conferences and works as trainer/consultant.