Daniel K. Cairo
Daniel serves as the Director of Student
Diversity and Inclusion Center and Interim Assistant Dean of Students. Daniel coordinates the center's efforts to
make Westminster College a more inclusive, diverse, and equitable campus. As a strong advocate for student inclusion
and success, Daniel's efforts focus on increasing the visibility and inclusion of students who are of color, queer,
gender non-binary, first-generation, low-income, and students with disabilities. Daniel's areas of expertise include
social justice education, inter-group dialogue, neoliberalism critique, interpersonal violence and prevention education, first-generation student engagement, student development,
leadership, and all things Harry Potter. Daniel earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcasting, with a minor in
Ethnic Studies, and holds a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah and
a Master of Education in Instructional Leadership from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Daniel is currently a
doctoral student in the Higher Education Administration program at the University of Utah's Educational Leadership
Kari Lindsey serves as the Program Coordinator
for the Student Diversity and Inclusion Center. Kari received her BA in English, and is currently enrolled in a Master’s program in Writing and
Rhetoric at the University of Utah. Kari earned her graduate certificate in Gender Studies in 2016, and is passionate about intersectional inclusion work. Her scholarship centers
on queer rhetoric, rhetoric surrounding assault survivors, educational inclusion work, collaborative classrooms, and intersectional feminism. Kari is passionate about creating
more inclusive spaces for marginalized students, while also celebrating diversity on campus.
Faith serves as the Queer Compass program coordinator. They're in their third year persuing a major in Justice Studies. They've been an advocate and organizer in the LGBTQ+ community for several years and look forward to continuing their work with the SDIC. Their goals include fostering community, hosting educational events, and making sure the college’s resources are accessible to LGBTQ+students. They love to knit, drink coffee, and do cartwheels.
Their email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anisa Dahir is a
Junior at Westminster and coordinates Black Excellence. Anisa Dahir is a Legacy Scholar and a Public Health major,
hoping to expand conversations of identity and empowerment on campus.
Ai Nhi Nguyen
serves as the Asian American and Pacific Islander Life Coordinator Program for the Student Diversity and Inclusion
Center. She will graduate in Fall 2020 with a major in Finance and minor in Data Science. She is currently on the
youth board of FutureInDesign (FIND), supporting low-income and underrepresented young adults to overcome the
societal barriers they are faced with. Her goal for the program is to provide access and establish successful
pathways for the AAPI and underrepresented students. When she is not working or studying, Ai Nhi can be found
scouring the streets searching for amazing coffee and dogs who need petting.
Ai Nhi's email is: email@example.com
Rosie Marin is a
Westminster upperclass student who started the program Raza Visible in 2019 and has been its coordinator since.
Rosie has organized such events as storytelling nights about home and identity and facilitated discussions on Latinx
identity at Westminster.
is a senior at Westminster and coordinates the Engaging Whiteness program, which aims to have in-depth conversations
about masculinity and whiteness, and create opportunities for white men to discuss issues of
Tabitha is a
at Westminster College, and serves as the Legacy Coordinator. Tabitha is a strong advocate for first-generation
students, and is a first-generation student herself!
Isaac is a first-year
student interested in philosophy, english, animation, and more! He is the SDIC Communications Coordinator and helps
with all social media, posters, print requests, newsletters, and other communications that come out of the Center.