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Hello, my name is Michele and I am the Graduate Assistant for Leaders in Service. I double majored in Psychology and Sociology and double minored in Child Advocacy and Cognition, Logic and Language at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Currently I am enrolled in the Masters in Mental Health Counseling program here at UAlbany. I plan on pursing my Ph.D and becoming a licensed psychologist. I was an America Reads Coordinator for four years, a study mentor, a research assistant, a teaching assistant and a resident assistant. I participated in Habitat for Humanity, Campus Greens and Relay for Life. I also went on an alternative spring break trip to Nicaragua where we built two houses for families in need. I am excited to be a part of the growing Leaders in Service program and to supervise the CSAs in all the wonderful programs they have planned.
My name is Camille and I’m from Queens, New York. I am a junior psychology major with a sociology minor. I have the hopes of becoming a physical therapist. I am the CSA on State Quad. I have been involved with volunteer work since high school and was a member of the KEY club organization for four years. I have participated and helped coordinate student participation in several walks including those for Breast Cancer and Alzheimer’s, as well as volunteering in soup kitchens and community centers in the New York City Area. I am also currently the community service chair for the multicultural group JAMSA (Jamaican Student Association) which strives to provide service to the island of Jamaica as well as the local Albany Community.
I am the CSA on Colonial Quad. I have been in this position since January 2012. I am a returning senior with a major in Business Administration and Mathematics and a minor in Judaic Studies. I am also a DJ for SUNY Albany's radio station WCDB. In the past semesters as the CSA, I have organized and participated in many community service programs. Some major events have been The Cinderella Project, where we collected close to 400 formal dresses and accessories for local high school students, Paint The Park, where we recruited volunteers and painted Central Park in Schenectady, and fundraising for the AIDS Council's AIDS Walk.
Hello, my name is Jasmine Alfonso. I am currently a Junior at the University at Albany where I am pursuing degrees in History and Psychology. I have been with Leaders In Service for 4 semesters, previously serving as president and currently holding the Community Service Assistant position on Dutch Quad for Residential Life and Leaders in Service. I am looking forward to helping out the local community and getting students further involved in serving. I came to Albany from Mahopac, New York, where I completed the New Visions Education program and volunteered with the SkillsUSA organization.
Manga Omasombo is currently a junior at the University at Albany where she is pursuing degrees in Biology and English. As a way of showing her gratitude to all those who have greatly impacted her life, Manga truly enjoys giving back to the community. Having past volunteer experience in working with middle school students, Manga strongly believes that the greatest display of love can be seen in the manner in which one serves. As the Community Service Assistant for Indian Quad, she is looking forward to a great year of planning community service events that will allow students to make a difference in their every day environment.
My name is Nesauly Torres and I am currently a junior at the University at Albany. I am majoring in Public Health with a double minor in Latin American Studies and Informatics. My current position in Residential Life is the Community Service Assistant for Alumni Quad. I am also a member of Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. Another on-campus organization that I am a part of is Project Shape. For this upcoming year I will also be the Community Service Coordinator for ASUBA. My goal as the Community Service Assistant for Alumni Quad is to provide more diverse community service. Also, I want to get our members and residents more involved with the Albany community, other organizations and with our very own campus.
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