Meet The Staff
Title: Graduate Student Assitant
Jeremy is currently a doctoral student in the English Department; his research explores British literature in conjunction with gender and sexuality studies.
Title: Co-Graduate Student Advisor
Sophia is a M.A./ Ph.D. student in History of Art and Architecture. She studies early twentieth century French art and visual culture. Her Interests include feminist theory, eroticism, sexuality, transgression, otherness, and the sacred. She is dedicated to community building through
applications of feminist principles, activism, education, and empowerment. The Women's Center
advocates for these goals and allows the opportunity for collaboration with like-minded members
of the UCSB community.
Eyra Dordi is a second year, double majoring in Sociology and Biology. She is passionate about
inclusive sexual and reproductive health education, and making UCSB a more accepting and
inclusive campus community. She is currently a member of QSU, oSTEM, and a former
Multicultural Awareness Chair for her Residence Hall. In the future she hopes to go to graduate
school for Public Health
Alicia Nicole Green
Alicia Nicole Green is a second year student majoring in Biopsychology. She is a programmer for
the Women's Center who believes in intersectional feminism and complex identities. In the future,
she would like to become a researcher who finds creative ways to diversify the STEM world.
Alicia is working for the Women's Center, because she agrees with the core values of the
department. She wants to work with a feminist organization that fights for all social groups and
works toward gender equality.
Gabby Felder is a third year student double majoring in Ecology and Evolution and Biological
Anthropology. Her interests include working with underrepresented populations, especially
women, in STEM fields. She works at the Women’s Center because she enjoys being surrounded
by like-minded people who share similar interests and worldviews.
Thao Ngyuen is a third year, Feminist Studies major. Her studies/focus of interest is of
intersectionality, specifically issues relating to how colonialism and imperialism has affected API
women’s reproductive health and how that community is pushing back through reproductive
justice. She developed an interest in working for the Women’s Center during her second year as
a volunteer for the WGSE department. She tabled and attended events that were hosted by the
resource centers housed under the department. Thao found a community which she connected
with and wanted to also see herself represent on campus as an AAPI identified women.
Paige Bradford is a Sociology Major, Second Year. Paige is interested in how allies can be a
better source of support in movements in the future, and how social justice issues effect people’s
daily lives and relationships. She applied to work at the Women’s Center because their mission
and vision intersect with her own views and opinions. Paige enjoys working here because she
gets to work on programs that provide people with support and celebrate different identities