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CARE Peer Educators




Kenadee

Kenadee
She/her/hers


CARE Peer Educator

Kenadee is a fourth-year Psychology and Brain Sciences B.S. major who is minoring in Applied Psychology. Kenadee works extremely hard to de-stigmatize interpersonal violence and survivorship in our campus community. As an aspiring mental health professional for survivors, she is passionate about advocating for survivors and influencing culture change in the UCSB community.

Kenadee is extremely excited to return to the CARE team for a second year and is eager to continue to empower students to create a healthy and supportive campus environment that is free from violence.




Anna

Anna
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CARE Peer Educator

Anna is a fourth-year Biology student. She is passionate about utilizing bystander intervention and prevention education to prevent interpersonal violence. Anna hopes to promote healthy workplace and learning environments through her position as a CARE Peer Educator.

As a former participant in CARE's Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) internship program, she wants to continue the dissemination of education and promote of a culture that supports survivors.

 



Jasmine

Jasmine
She/her/hers

CARE Peer Educator

Jasmine is a third year Sociology student with a minor in Applied Psychology. She believes that everyone plays a vital role in challenging rape culture and is passionate about providing support and advocating for survivors. 


She is also grateful to work as a Mental Health Peer at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), and encourages students to prioritize their well-being.

 



Kiyloni

Kiyloni 
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CARE Graphic Designer/Marketing Peer

Kiyloni is pursuing a B.A. in Sociology, with a minor in Applied Psychology. She is excited to gain knowledge surrounding the pervasive issues of rape culture and interpersonal violence. Within her role, Kiyloni hopes to use the platform of creativity to educate her peers and inspire an ongoing chain reaction of love, healing, and cultural change.


Kiyloni firmly believes in the power of individualistic and collaborative activism, and strives to do her part (no matter how big or small) to ensure the prevalence and longevity of intersectional justice. 




Sam

Sam
She/her/hers

CARE Peer Educator

Sam is a second year Philosophy and Feminist studies double major. Sam is passionate about deconstructing rape myths and exploring the ways in which the legal system works both adversely and positively for survivors of interpersonal violence.


As a CARE peer educator, Sam aims to help create a culture change not only here at UCSB but also in her hometown through providing preventative education, empowerment, and survivor allyship.