2017 Fall Student Facilitators

A Different Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity 

 

Carolina Sosa                                                                                   

Carolina Sosa is a junior in the SFS majoring in Culture and Politics, minoring inCarolina Sosa Spanish, and pursuing a certificate in International Development. Although born and raised only 40 minutes away in Fairfax, Virginia, Carolina has gained a deep appreatction for multiculturalism. Raised by Colombian and Ecuadorian parents, she has also studied abroad in Buenos Aires and Barcelona, gone on multiple trips with the Alternative Breaks Program, and has begun learning German. On campus, Carolina works for Red House, dances with Rangila, serves on the Provost's Academic and Diversity Committee, and gives tours. Still unsure about the future, she hopes to pursue a career that encompasses her two passions; traveling and social justice. 

 
 
Hockaday

William Hockaday

Hockaday, who does indeed go by his last name, is a sophomore in the College from Austin, TX, who plans to major in African-American Studies and Government and obtain a minor in Korean. 

Outside of the CMEA, Hockaday is a Writing Center Tutor, a boxer, and a board member of SPECTRUM, a club for multiracial and multiethnic students.

 

 
 

A Different Dialogue on Nationality, Origin, & Status

 

Mena

Mena Mohamed

Mena Mohamed is a sophomore in the SFS majoring in Science, Technology, and International Affairs and minoring in Arabic. She is Egyptian-American and grew up in Northern Virginia before coming to Georgetown. She is a co-facilitator for the dialogue on Nationality, Origin, and Status this semester. On campus, she is also involved with Muslim Students Association, FOCI, and ABSO.

 

 

Susu Zhao

susuSusu Zhao is a junior in the College majoring in Justice and Peace Studies and minoring in Chinese. She was born in Hawaii and moved around a lot growing up, but currently hails from Asbury Park, NJ (home to the famous Tilly and arguably the best Pride parade on the east coast!). Susu is passionate about disability rights and criminal justice reform. Her time interning for the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development and the Human Rights Campaign have shaped her future goals of attending law school after graduation and becoming a human rights attorney. During her free time, Susu enjoys eating ice cream, powerlifting, and watching cat videos. If you see her around campus, say hi!