Diversity programmers educate the campus on differences and similarities between groups and individuals while promoting a welcoming environment. They encourage students to promote acceptance and inclusiveness in their daily lives while becoming global citizens.
Current Diversity Programmers
Hello everyone! My name is Chelsea Lubong and I am a sophomore majoring in Biology at UW Bothell. I was born and raised in San Diego, California. At the age of six, I began moving to various places every three years. I've had the opportunity of living in places such as Italy and Japan. Being exposed to a vast amount of different cultures and people with different backgrounds is what really led me to want to be a Diversity Programmer. The thing I love most about my job is the fact that I get to work and interact with a lot of students, faculty and staff from different backgrounds and people in general that have different life experiences. From there, I get to learn how they have become the person they are today. On a day to day basis, I learn something new from so many people. Being a Diversity Programmer truly puts a smile on my face!
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