Nathan serves as the Intercultural Learning and Innovation Lead at the Trotter Multicultural Center. Previously Nathan served as Director for Service Learning and Involvement at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. While at UNLV he held a dual role as Director for the Leadership & Civic Engagement Minor providing administrative oversight and teaching six undergraduate courses. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Communication Studies from Baldwin-Wallace University and a Master's degree in College Student Personnel Services from Western Illinois University.
Kellyn serves as the Associate Director at the Trotter Multicultural Center. Previously Kellyn served as an Assistant Director/Area Coordinator, as well as a Hall Director in Residence Education in University Housing at the University of Michigan. Prior to Michigan, she served as an Area Coordinator at Oberlin College and Conservatory. Before working in higher education, Kellyn worked in both corporate and non-profit sectors in corporate communications.
Priscila serves as a Program Manager for the Trotter Multicultural Center. Her professional and academic career have been centered around accessible education with an emphasis on engaging student learning through multimedia. Priscila holds Bachelor's degrees in History and Conservation and Resource Studies from the University of California, Berkeley and Master's degrees in Educational Studies and Environment and Sustainability from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. During her free time, Priscila enjoys tinkering with digital tools that help tell stories of home and everyday life.
Josh serves as the Program Manager for Cultural Engagement, Interfaith and Intercultural Programs at Trotter Multicultural Center. He was born and raised in Detroit and holds a Master's degree in Education and a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining the Trotter Multicultural Center, Josh served as Community Standards and Leadership Development Manager at Fraternity & Sorority Life and also taught 6th Grade Mathematics in Detroit.
The Trotter Multicultural Center has a diverse staff of over 30 graduate and undergraduate students from a variety of academic programs and majors across campus. Student staff serve in roles including Programming Assistants, Building Managers, and Graduate Assistants. Our student staff make the Trotter Multicultural Center feel like a home away from home, and are always happy to answer questions, support with events, and develop and host programs.