Sam (they/them/theirs) ’20 is a senior sociology major at Bryn Mawr. Sam were a participant in SSJI their first year and this is Sam’s third time being an SRP. On campus, they are a senior staff member at the Women*s Center where they work to create better resources for Queer and Trans students as well as provide workshops on issues of sex positivity and consent. Sam also works as an intern at the Office of Academic Resources. This past spring, Sam studied abroad in Berlin and over the summer they worked in Warner Brothers TV Development. Sam is deeply committed to the work of the Summer Social Justice Institute in fostering a community of individuals who want to learn and grow together in discovering how to work towards a more just campus, community, and world.
Hi folks! My name is Evan Moon, and I use he/him/his pronouns. I’m currently a rising junior with Political science major, Philosophy minor, as well as a concentration in Peace, Justice & Human Rights. I’m from South Korea, and while I’ve mostly spent time in the mountains, I thrive in the sub/urban vibes! On campus I wear multiple hats, such as Community Outreach Multicultural Liaison, Ambassador for Multicultural Awareness (Customs) Committee member, and this year I’m excited to serve as the new Student Council Co-Vice President. On the grassroot front, I’ve done activist work through Solidarity for LGBT Human Rights in South Korea; on campus, I co-founded the new International Student Center and served on the board of Pan-Asian Resource Center. This is my second year working on SSJI, and I can’t wait to meet all of you! Please reach out via Facebook or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to chat about SSJI, Haverford, activities, classes etcetc!
Student Resource People (SRPs)
Hi! I’m Zoë Arditi and I use she/her/hers pronouns. I’m an English major pursuing medical school. I was adopted from China and raised in Chappaqua, NY–shout out to mixed heritage folks! Campus activities: Women’s XC and Track, piano chamber music, co-leader of the Mindfulness and Meditation Club, AMA (ambassador of multicultural awareness) committee member, COML (community outreach multicultural liaison), and student advisory group for the Office of Access and Disability Services. I worked for SSJI last year as an STRP and I’m very excited to be an SRP this year! This summer I will be doing a public health internship in Malawi, so shoutout to CPGC for funding! Can’t wait to meet you all and please don’t hesitate to add me on FaceBook or email me at email@example.com to say hi or ask any questions!
Hey y'all, my name is Joie (pronounced like Joey) Ling and I'm a rising senior. I use she/her pronouns and I proudly hail from Houston, TX. I am a chemistry major with a Health Studies minor and concentration in Biochemistry. During my time here at Haverford, I have been heavily involved in the Customs Program, first as a CP (customs person) and then as a member of the Customs Committee as one of the CP co-heads. I am also a member of Haverford's Latin Dance Club/Performance group HaverRitmo and I'm a board member of the Pan Asian Resource Center (PARC). I met some of my best friends doing SSJI the summer before my first year and I can't wait to meet you all! Feel free to add me on Facebook or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about the program, the chem department, moving up North, or Haverford in general.
Hey amigxs! I’m Brandon Pita and I use he/him/his pronouns. I’m a rising sophomore and a prospective Sociology major and Educational Studies minor. I’m originally from Brighton Park, a neighborhood on the Southwest Side of Chicago. I’m a huge music person and aside from Chicago drill/rap and bachata I love listening to artists like Brent Faiyaz, Bryson Tiller, and J.Cole. On campus, I have worked in the Campus Center, in Lunt Cafe, as a Student Advancement Officer for Institutional Advancement, an Access and Diversity Intern(ADI) for Haverford’s Admissions Office, and will join The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship(CPGC) as a Student Associate this fall. Outside of work, I’m on the executive board for the Alliance of Latin American Students(ALAS) and the BiCo Migrant Rights Coalition(MRC) and am a co-head for Black x Brown(BxB). I have also been involved with Honor Council, Ford’s Firsts, the Women*s Center’s Student Assistant Hotline, and the TriCo NAACP chapter and will be a Community Outreach Multicultural Liaison(COML) as well as an Ambassador for Multicultural Awareness(AMA) this fall. I’m so excited to meet you all! If you have any questions about SSJI or really anything else like financial aid, customs, or about student-led orgs on campus please feel free to reach out to me via email(email@example.com), Facebook, or Instagram(@b.pita)!
Hey Y’all! My name is Camille and I use she/her/hers pronouns. I’m from Silver Spring, MD, just outside of Washington D.C. I’m an Environmental Studies major with Health and Africana studies minors. On campus I am the head of the underrepresented minorities in STEM club and a member of the Black Students’ League (BSL) and Womxn of Color. I work in the office of the KINSC and as a research assistant in the environmental chemistry lab. And I live in the Black Cultural Center (BCC). Off campus I’ve been working as a fellow with the Pennsylvania Student Power Network (PSPN). This summer I’ll be doing research at the Harvard School of Public Health and an internship at a hospital in Brooklyn. I love connecting with new people and sharing opportunities/resources! Feel free to reach out by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook. I’m open to any and every question you may have, can’t wait to meet y’all!