Peer Advisers


    Current Peer Advisers

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    Miguel Tamayo

    Hey! My name is Miguel Tamayo my pronouns are he/him/his and I'm from Los Angeles. I'm currently a junior studying Electrical Engineering with the hope of working in the aerospace industry one day. I decided to become a peer adviser because I want to help students follow their dreams in the STEM field the same way I received guidance when I arrived at UCSC. A fun fact about me is that I'm obsessed with space and anything that has to do with it!
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    Audrey Soo Hoo

    Hey y'all! My name is Audrey and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I’m currently a junior studying MCD Biology and am from the Bay Area. I am on the Pre-Med track and hope to work in the healthcare industry one day. I wanted to become a peer adviser because I understand the struggles that come along with figuring out how to navigate college and deciding which path is right for you, and would love to help others work through this as well. A fun fact about me is that I love to read and go to outdoor concerts!
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    Diana Jerez

    Hi, my name is Diana Jerez. My pronouns are she/her/hers, I am a Human Biology major, and I am from Los Angeles. My freshman year peer advisor helped me find a career path I’m interested in and provided me an outlet for unconditional support. I wanted to be that person for incoming students who may have trouble navigating the resources on campus and/or need someone to talk to. Fun fact is that I've ran two marathons!
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    Caitlyn Lodovico

    Hi everyone! My name is Caitlyn Lodovico and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I am a senior majoring in MCD Biology, with a minor in History, and I am from the East Bay. I wanted to become a peer advisor because as a graduating senior, I want to help other students learn about and take advantage of the many wonderful opportunities our school has to offer. The advisors I met with always helped me discover new things and I'd like to do the same for current and new students. A fun fact about me is that I enjoy watching spooky videos!

  • Past Advisers

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    Daisy Brambila

    Hello! My name is Daisy Brambila and I am currently a second year double majoring in Human Biology and Anthropology on a Pre-Med track. My pronouns are She/Her/Hers and I am from Los Angeles, CA. A big reason why I wanted to become a peer adviser was to build relationships with my peers in STEM and to help students create new opportunities for themselves and their future careers. A fun fact about me is that I have danced folklorico for more than five years!
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    Anahi Munoz

    Hi, my name is Anahi Munoz, I am an incoming second year, and my pronouns are she/her. I am from San Jose and I am a proposed Human Biology major, with the hope of going into the healthcare field. I want to be a peer adviser in order to provide students with the tools they need to succeed and to have someone they can feel comfortable coming too with questions. A fun fact about me is that I started embroidery during quarantine and I have two pet birds who give me kisses.
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    Rolando Garcia

    My name is Rolando Garcia, my pronouns are He/Him/His, and I am a third year undergraduate student from South Central Los Angeles double majoring in Neuroscience and Psychology. I chose to become a peer adviser because I have been a strong admirer of EOP's mission to, "serve and support first-generation, low-income, and educationally disadvantaged students", and being a STEM Hub peer adviser gives me the privilege and opportunity to lend a helping hand to fellow students whom I can personally relate to and assist. Fun fact about myself... I'm just a Gemini who loves music, film, and sports.
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    Kim Ton

    Hi! I am Kimmy Ton. My pronouns are she/her/hers. I am from Fremont, CA. I am a TIM and CS major at the moment. I want to be a peer adviser as I needed a lot of help my first year at UCSC and having support made it easier to navigate my academic career. By being a peer adviser I am giving back to the same program that assisted me before. A fun fact about me is I have a hamster named Beanpaste.