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SCIC Staff

Tatiana Diaz

Director, Student Center for Inclusion and Culture (SCIC)

Tatiana Diaz was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, graduated from Penn State University (PSU) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Minor in Women Studies. Ms Diaz also received a master's in Community Psychology and Social Change and a diversity certificate from the same institution. Her area of study has been coping strategies to counteract the toll of victims service work on advocates especially those working with marginalized populations. She has volunteered with displaced communities in the outskirts of Bogotá. And was a board member for Pennsylvania Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Network.

While in Colombia and now here in the states, Tatiana has been an active member of her community, volunteering and working in domestic violence, sexual violence advocacy organizations & immigrant right organizations. Tatiana has been working in higher education since 2009, and joined the Drexel community as the Director of the Student Center for Inclusion and Culture in the Summer of 2013.

Zahra Ahmed

Graduate Fellow for Student Organizations

Zahra is currently a graduate student majoring in Biomedical Engineering. She has been involved in the Drexel community through Student Affairs in the departments of Residential Living and the Office of Campus Activities. She is very interested in shaping student experiences academically and culturally through leadership development and involvement in civic engagement and social justice issues. 

Rachel Bomysoad

Intercultural Advocate

Born and raised in Upstate New York, she is looking forward to joining the SCIC and getting to know others from different backgrounds than my own. She is excited to use her voice here at Drexel for such a worthy cause - social justice.

Jessica Cordisco

Programing Coordinator & LGBTQA-SC Coordinador
Jessica is a senior studying International Area Studies with a concentration in Justice and Human Rights. Advocacy and social justice are her passions and being able to use those to work with the Drexel Community is great. This will be her fourth year working for the center and she is very excited to continue.

Feyona La

Intercultural Advocate
Feyona is a first-year Biomedical Engineering major from Aurora, Col., where she was a part of the first designated ADL "No Place for Hate" school in her district, implementing school-wide diversity lessons and events. She believes that her experiences and previous work will guide her work as an IA. But being an IA will help also her to become immersed in the Drexel community as a first-year student. Feyona hopes that through working at the Intercultural Center, she will be able to meet students from all different backgrounds and expand her knowledge about different cultures. Learning about the cultures represented on campus will allow her to understand health practices on a global scale, which will give her insight as she work towards her goal of research in the field of Biomedical Engineering.

Colette Seiberlich
Coletter is an accounting major in my third year who is an active member of FUSE. She wants to work at the LGBTQA Student Center to do more for this community, get people involved and meet all different kinds of people.

Wandiba Solly

Intercultural Advocate

Born in Senegal and raised in the Bronx, Wandiba majored in sociology in college and absolutely loved it. She always knew she wanted to work in the health field and when she found out about Public Health she knew it was the perfect career for her. She enjoys hands-on work, where she interacts with people from different backgrounds but going out and doing something about a situation that needs attention. She is hopeful that working at SCIC will provide her with the opportunity to work with people from a variety of backgrounds, be a support system for someone, grow from experiences and learn how to handle situations she may never have been exposed to.