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Idalia

Idalia
She/ Her/ Hers/ Ella


CARE Peer Educator

Idalia is a second-year Sociology M.A./ Ph.D. Student. She holds a Master’s degree in Chicana/o Studies from UCSB, and a B.A. in Chicano & Latino Studies from the University of Minnesota. Idalia is thankful for the many visionaries who have paved the way so she could access institutions of formal education, and she primarily centers the legacies of feminists of color who imagine a world that holds many worlds. She incorporates these lessons into her research, writing, and mentorship.


Idalia is extremely excited to learn from and work with the undergraduate peer advisors who work in CARE. She also enjoys tacos, cumbias, and reading her horoscope. 




Nadia

Nadia
She/her/hers


CARE Peer Educator

Nadia is a Psychology B.A. major with a minor in Applied Psychology. She is passionate about supporting survivors and helping survivors thrive. Nadia loves working for CARE because she is able to support survivors during their healing journey, as well as creating consent culture at UCSB through peer education and programming.

Nadia’s duties and responsibilities include Yoga as Healing, CARE Community, and being the student coordinator of CARE’s Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) internship program.  

 



Ishita

Ishita
She/Her/Hers

CARE Peer Educator

Ishita is majoring in Biological Sciences and double minoring in Science and Math Education and Applied Psychology. Ishita believes that issues of interpersonal violence affect every single one of us and she hopes to use her position to create a supportive, empowering, and educational environment. 

As a CARE Peer Educator, Ishita is passionate about educating her community on issues of interpersonal violence.

 



Julia

Julia
She/ Her/ Hers

CARE Peer Educator

Julia is a Biology major and Feminist Studies minor. As a peer educator, Julia loves teaching students new skills in how to talk about consent, as well as how to build and celebrate healthy relationships.


Julia’s workshops include Pillowtalk, and previous programming has included The Art of Solidarity, Changing the Culture with Artivism and Parenting: The ABC’s of Teaching Consent.

 



Ana Lucia

Ana Lucia
She/ Her/ Hers

CARE Peer Educator

Ana Lucia is currently a fourth-year Psychology and Sociology student. As a peer educator, Ana Lucia loves engaging other students in conversations about victim-blaming and sex positivity in order to create a safer campus for all.

As CARE’s housing liaison, Ana Lucia has also had the opportunity to collaborate with fellow RAs by bringing programs to residence halls such as #NotAskingForIt. She is incredibly passionate about social justice work and feels fortunate to work with an empowering staff.




Esmeralda

Esmeralda
She/ Her/ Hers

CARE Peer Educator

Esmeralda is a fourth-year History and Political Science double major. She is looking forward to working with the various student groups on campus, as well as creating programs that offer a safe and thriving space for everyone.

As a peer educator, Esmeralda is passionate about supporting and helping students who have been impacted by interpersonal violence and working to create change in society.