Bldg 65, Room 217 (UU217)
Bldg. 65, Room 217
AmeriCorps Pride Fellow & Project Manager
Pronouns: she/her/hers or they/them/theirs
Eden is a Cal Poly Graduate with a Bachelor's of Science in Anthropology and Geography, with a concentration in Art History and minor is Women and Gender Studies. Throughout her college career, Eden was involved in the Cross Cultural Centers advocating for an inclusive and diverse campus environment. While working at the Pride Center, she hopes to continue that work and champion for, uplift, and support marginalized students. When not at work, she can be found watching movies, thrifting, celebrating Halloween every day of the year, or roller skating.
Graduate Assistant for
LGBTQ+ Student Development
Student Assistant for Education, Advocacy,
A fourth-year studying Molecular and Cellular Biology, Bethany enjoys spending time working on the development of community on and off campus. They take this passion with them when working with LGBTQ+ clubs and organizations – using their knowledge to facilitate conversation and interaction between different groups and help develop the intersectionality of spaces. They hope to bring everyone together to build coalition and a community that works together to face issues and problems that concern the LGBTQ+ community. Outside of their position at the Pride Center, you'll find Bethany dancing their heart out. If not that, they're having fun with creating art, watching Netflix, and walking on Pismo Beach.
Student Assistant for Living-Learning Communities
Core Program Assistant
Isabella Matthews is a second-year student at Cal Poly, double majoring in History and Political Science. After attaining her bachelor’s degree, she plans to enter law school to fight for underrepresented voices. Working at the Pride Center, Isabella wants to promote the rights of the LGBTQ+ student population and grow the community and unity of all the students. Personally, she enjoys spending time with friends and her dog, Kass. Her passions include art, photography, video production, TV shows, movies, music, swim, travel, ancient history, and art history.
Alejandra is committed to bringing the queer community at Cal Poly together. They love planning events to foster solidarity and memories for years to come. When they're not working or figuring out what this whole "school" business is, they can be found playing D&D, dancing to musical show tunes, or looking at pictures of goats.
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