Anterpreet Kaur is currently a third year Biochemistry major hoping to pursue a career in medicine. CCL seminars and TLC has improved her professionalism and communication skills. She also attributes her ability to deal with day-to-day conflicts to the interpersonal and leadership seminars. She enjoys interacting with other students and volunteering to help those who are not as resourceful, particularly the homeless in need of medical services. Her hobbies include sunsets and sunrises, sewing, growing wheatgrass, spreading the joy of a vegetarian lifestyle and reading classical American literature.
Becky is a fifth year Communication major at Muir College. Becky completed two CCL seminars titled Public Speaking and Communication & Leadership after being inspired to seek out more potential for personal growth from CCL's drop in workshops. Becky is involved on the ArtPower! marketing team to promote campus performing art events and to facilitate the student body's creative spirit. Becky likes to watch Charger football games, photograph, and bake delicious goodies. Becky believes in: the power of creating a magical imprint to affect the world, the power of thoughtful creative thinking, the power of experiencing quality food and live music, the power of traveling to understand others, and the power of knowing how to laugh at yourself.
Caroline Cade is a fourth year Economics major and Business minor at Revelle College. Caroline joined the TLC program in winter quarter back in 2012 and decided to become a CSI- Communication and Leadership Peer Educator to help students who are interested in acquiring communication and leadership skills. Caroline is currently the publicity officer of the Chinese Union at UCSD. Caroline loves to travel because it’s amazing to experience different parts of the world and encounter the diversity of people and culture.
Candace Chu is a fourth year Environmental Systems (Ecology, Behavior, Evolution) major with a minor in Business from Thurgood Marshall College. Candace completed the Professional Communication seminar and the CommunicateUCSD! program. Candace enjoys dancing, snowboarding, and doing community service. Candace is a proud member of Circle K International, 4NO1 Dance Team, and TMC’s Each one Reach One Program.
Cheryl is a fourth year Structural Engineering student. Upon finishing the Peer Educator internship program last year, Cheryl decides to return and be part of the new group to further develop her communication and leadership skills. Cheryl likes to travel and try new things. Cheryl is also part of Phi Sigma Rho, which is the women scientist and engineer sorority.
Diana Lam is a third year General Biology Major from Muir College. Other than being a CCL Peer Educator, Diana is involved as a Student Health Advocate on campus, and was the Treasurer of the Vietnamese Student Association last year. In addition to volunteering weekly at the UCSD Medical Center, Diana is currently a lab assistant and stock keeper at the UCSD Drosophila Species Stock Center. Diana loves helping others and has a strong desire to impact the community in a positive way. Diana loves to make new friends and takes any opportunity to connect with people from different backgrounds. On her free time, Diana enjoys having spontaneous adventures, watching romantic comedies, and spending time with friends and family.
Favorite quote: "Every chance is like a picture so take it."
Duncan McClure is a 4rd year student at Revelle College pursuing a degree in nanoengineering. Duncan joined CSI-Communication and Leadership to improve his communication skills, loved the programs he was involved in, and decided to become a Peer Educator. Outside of CSI-Communication and Leadership, Duncan has participated in a wide range of different rolls and activities throughout his time at UCSD and is involved in different campus organizations. In his free time, Duncan enjoys any outdoor activity, spending time with friends, and photography, his creative hobby. After graduation, Duncan plans to work in the exciting field of nanotechnology.
Jesus is a fourth year Sociology major out of Muir College. Originally from the bay area, Jesus' first residency in San Diego was the result of his service in the military. After participating in the CSI's Interpersonal Relationships seminar, Jesus became involved with the CCL to advance his leadership and communication skills, as well as help demonstrate the vital role communication plays in both our professional and personal lives. When not occupied by school work, Jesus enjoys all kinds of outdoor activities, good times with friends and family, music, and running.
Kelly Nguyen is a fourth-year student from Muir College majoring in Communication and with a minor in Business. After graduating from UCSD, Kelly wishes to pursue a Masters degree in Higher Education with an emphasis in Student Affairs. As the Lead Peer Educator this year, Kelly is very excited to spearhead a talented and diverse group of Peers, and she looks forward to teamwork, friendship, and creating positive change in the lives of others!
Maximillian Chua is a first year Management Science major, Philosophy and Mathematics minor at Warren College. He has completed several CCL seminars which allowed him to gain confidence in professional communication and also improve his interpersonal relationships. Upon graduation, he intends to work in the finance industry; specifically in the field of investment banking. That aside, Maximillian is open to any adventurous sports and loves going for evening runs. Some other hobbies of his include traveling, eating, and most certainly spending quality time with family and close friends.
Rocio Pena is a third year chemical engineering major at Marshall College. Rocio is currently Vice President Internal of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and Secretary of the Society of Women Engineers. Rocio completed the Triton Leadership Certificate during her sophomore year where she gained a lot of confidence and inspiration to become more involved on campus. Rocio enjoys watching movies, working out, and is a major foodie.
Rosa Khou is a 4th year Communication student at Warren College. After completion of the Passport to Leadership / CommunicateUCSD! Program Rosa's 3rd year, Rosa decided to become a CCL Peer Educator. Rosa currently works as support for the Marketplace team with Procurement & Contracts at UCSD Business & Financial Services. Rosa enjoys watching suspenseful movies and TV series, chats over coffee, going on road trips, and dining out in search for tasty foods.
Sadat Nazrul is a second year Marshall student from Bangladesh and is doing a double major in Nanoengineering and Economics. Upon completion of the public speaking, professional communication and interpersonal relations seminars under the Triton Leadership Certificate program, Sadat decided to further his leadership and communication skills through the CCL Peer Educator program. Sadat is currently the Secretary/Technical Advisement of the Nanoengineering and Technology Student Society while being involved in AMSE's Human Submarine Project, the Muslim Student Association and Triton Consultancy Group. Sadat is also learning Shaolin Kung Fu and Boxing at UCSD and his diverse hobbies include learning about different cultures, traveling, spending time with friends and trying out new and random things. After graduation, Sadat plans to help expand the newly emerging nanotechnology industry.
Veronica Lin is a third year Chinese Studies - Sociology double major and Psychology minor at Muir College. Her involvement in CSI-CL began with the Triton Success Program and she has continued as a Peer Educator ever since, enjoying the opportunity to interact with such a wide spectrum of students. Veronica works at the Muir College Writing Program as a student assistant and is involved in UCSD Photo Club and Muir Environmental Corps, both organizations that speak to her passions. In her free time she blogs, cooks, and dabbles in a myriad of artsy activities. Although the future after UCSD remains unclear, she hopes to continue in an occupation that is both personally fulfilling and beneficial to the greater community.