Provides administrative and strategic leadership to the Trotter Center which includes supervising student staff, finances, and building management. She also collaborates on Trotter event programming which seeks to promote social justice and maintaining effective and supportive relationships with U of M students. Areas of interest include: LGBTQ awareness and education, diversity training, inter-group relations, and social justice.
I am a second year Masters of Social Work student concentrating in Interpersonal Practice and Mental Health at the University of Michigan. I am a first generation Lebanese American and grew up between Beirut, Lebanon and Dearborn, Michigan. I am a non-western feminist, an activist, a community organizer and I want to focus on mental health outreach and advocacy related to war, displacement, and gender based trauma in Arab immigrant and refugee communities.
I am a sophomore and a Ford School of Public Policy hopeful. Here at Trotter I serve as a member of the programming family. I also work as a community assistant for resident hall staff in campus housing. My hometown is Dearborn, Michigan just outside of Detroit. In my free time I love to run, play basketball and spend time with family and friends. I hope to use my opportunities here at the University of Michigan to begin a career in politics.
I am a senior at the University of Michigan majoring in Business Administration at the Ross School of Business and minoring in Community Action and Social Change through the School of Social Work. I plan on pursuing an entrepreneurial career in creative industries, such as fashion, television production, music, etc., where I can use my background in community action and social change to benefit and uplift marginalized communities.
Hello All! I am graduate program assistant for Trotter! I am thrilled to be joining the Trotter team and hope to partner with many on campus organizations in implementing some amazing programs that are centralized around intersectionality and resiliency. Originally from Baltimore, MD I am new to Ann Arbor, studying social work with a concentration in community organization. I am a food truck lover, practicing artist, passionate in identity work, as well as passionate in using art as a tool for story telling, expression, and advocacy.
I am a junior, majoring in Sociology. I spent the last two years at the University's Spectrum Center doing training on LGBTQ terminology and workshops on growing allyhood. This is my first year at Trotter and I'm super excited to be joining the family here! One of my favorite activities is watching movies/TV shows and live-tweeting about them.
I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Currently, I am in my sophomore year, aspiring to have a career at the intersection of business and technology. As someone who really appreciates close knit organizations, I’m so excited to be a program assistant for Trotter this year! In my free time, I enjoy reading, writing, and running.
I am from Detroit, MI. I am majoring in Women’s Studies with a minor in Urban Studies. This is my third year working with Trotter. I am interested in programming, social media outreach, and social justice work. During my free time I love to watch shows on Netflix, hang out with my family, travel, and take pictures.
I am a graduate student pursuing a Master's degree at the School of Social Work. I’m also a resident advisor at Northwood III, but during my free time, I enjoy binge-watching shows on Netflix, listening to music, trying new recipes, and riding my bike and longboard. I’m very excited to start my second year of working as a building manager, and I can’t wait to see all the new faces at Trotter!
I am a University of Michigan MSW student with an emphasis on Community Organizing and Children and Youth. I am starting as a Building Manager for Trotter Multicultural Center for both the Fall and Winter semesters of the 2016-2017 school year. Originally I am from mid-Michigan and have been living in Grand Rapids, MI the past 7 years. My interests include performing at open mics (poetry), gardening, biking, improv comedy and drawing. I love to laugh and laugh quite a lot. My passion is helping people.
I am a junior at the University of Michigan. I am double majoring in Political Science and Organizational Studies. I plan on attending Law School. I am a Dance Captain for Dance Marathon and enjoy working with special needs children.
I am a first year Master's in Health Informatics candidate in the School of Public Health and Information. I am from Cameroon but I have been in Michigan ever since I moved to the United States, so this is my second home. I am really interested in global health and working with people who do not have access to health care especially in developing countries. I am also into dancing and fashion and hope to also be a fashion designer some day. I spend my free time eating, dancing and designing clothing.
I am a junior from Saginaw, Michigan studying Biopsychology, Cognition and Neuroscience with minors in Entrepreneurship and Community Action and Social Change. This year, I am involved on campus by being a mentor in Support for Incoming Black Students (S.I.B.S), the Programming Chair of the National Council of Negro Women, and a Building Manager at W.M. Trotter Multicultural Center. I love to make and view art, spend time with friends, listen to music, volunteer at festivals, and learn new things.
I am an international student from Malaysia. Currently I am a senior studying Psychology and International Studies. My long term plan is to be a clinical psychologist in refugees population. At Trotter, I am working as a building manager who manages the building at night and during the weekends.
A first year graduate student at the School of Social Work, with a concentration in Community Organization. Currently, she is involved in the LatinX Social Work Coalition and the People of Color Collective. Her interests include sexual health, reproductive justice and access to higher education for first generation college students. She hopes to go back home to Chicago and work with the Latino community. In her spare time Melissa likes to watch sport documentaries and hang out with friends.
I am a senior at the University of Michigan studying Psychology with a minor in Crime and Justice. My favorite involvement on campus includes the Prison Creative Arts Project, in which I'm able to facilitate workshops in theater, visual arts, creative writing, and photography. I also am involved in the UM Educational Theater Company (ETC) with hopes to integrate creative expression in social change (and later counseling). Lastly, I'm in love with the celebration of diversity here at Trotter. Come visit and say hi, I'll be at the front desk working as an office assistant.
This is my third year working at the Trotter Multicultural Center. I am currently studying Romance Languages and Literature (Spanish, French, and Portuguese) and Economics. I have studied abroad with the University of Michigan in France my first and second year of college and I am hoping I will be able to return to France for an internship this summer. After my studies I hope to work in the United Nations as a translator or an interpreter or work for an international firm with a similar position.
I am a senior double majoring in Communications and Spanish. My hometown is Southwest Detroit, MI. This is my third year working at the Trotter Multicultural Center as an office assistant. Trotter is my home away from home. I enjoy working here and spending time with the Trotter family.
I am a senior studying Cognitive Science at the University with a concentration in Decision and Cognition. This is my forth year working at the Trotter Multicultural Center. I am a member of the Core Team for A New Trotter and involved in the research lab Judgment Bias and Decision Aids, which is through the Psychology Department at the University. In my free time I enjoy swimming, and reading.