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Professional Staff 

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Joshua Segui, J.D.

Joshua serves as the Director of the BCSC. Joshua coordinates leadership development for underrepresented students and their organizations, and incorporates academic rigor into student programming. Center projects under his charge include the student advisory board, strategic planning initiatives, and student-faculty engagement programs. Joshua is an experienced instructor, tutor, and advisor. He is also passionate about class based analysis, feminist literature, queer theory, and race theory. Joshua earned his JD from the University of Southern California and his BA in Ethnic Studies at Wesleyan University.

Shay Collins, M.S.W., M.A.
Assistant Director, Co-Curricular Initiatives

Shay facilitates opportunities for students to connect their curricular with co-curricular scholarship, embrace diversity, and be agents of change in their respective communities. They work closely with students, faculty, alumni, and colleagues to create and implement initiatives that facilitate an inclusive campus environment, as well as build a sense of community among students of color and their allies. Shay is a licensed clinical social worker who earned an M.S.W. and M.A. in Women's Studies and Gender Studies from Loyola University Chicago and a B.A. at Arizona State University.

Anne Marie Ponte
Coordinator, Co-Curricular Initiatives

Anne Marie is pursuing her BA in Psychology and minor in Ethnic Studies at the University of Rhode Island. She has been a loyal employee of Brown University for 24 years, with 13 years in the Center. She provides supervision to Heritage Series Programmers, advising to Center-affiliated student organizations, and professional support for the Center's finances and facilities. Her work will help to promote critical learning and engagement for students in the Center. 

Anthony T Mam, M.S.
Assistant Director, First Year and Sophomore Programs

Anthony oversees the Minority Peer Counselor Program, the Third World Transition Program, and the ALANA Mentoring Program. Anthony initiated the development and implementation of the Social Justice Peer Education program, a means for students to help educate the Brown community in social justice. He is passionate about developing and engaging students in conversations about race/ethnicity and its intersections with other identities, hopefully building upon knowledge and preparing students to enter a diverse work environment. Anthony earned his MS in College Student Personnel from the University of Rhode Island and his BS in Actuarial Mathematics from Bryant University.

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Olivia McNeill, M.Ed
Coordinator, First Year and Sophomore Programs

Olivia supervises the Social Justice Peer Education Program, the BCSC Office Assistants, and the Media Team. As a component of her role, she is working to establish a Leadership Development Program and an intentional Sophomore Series, as well. Olivia finds deep purpose in supporting students as they develop into socially conscious and holistically healthy members of society. She earned her M.Ed in Higher Education with a focus in Women’s and Gender Studies from the University of North Carolina – Wilmington and a B.S. in English Education from Appalachian State University.

Niyolpaqui Moraza-Keeswood, '16
Coordinator, Native American and Indigenous Studies

Niyo is acting coordinator of Native American and Indigenous Studies. As part of his position, he provides academic and student program support for NAISAB (Native American and Indigenous Studies at Brown) faculty and Native American and Indigenous students and student groups. He is working to promote the establishment of a Native American and Indigenous Studies program, develop connections with local indigenous communities and Brown, and provide logistical support for NAIS programming and events. Niyo works closely with Alumni Relations to engage Native American and Indigenous alumni in Brown initiatives, coordinating the efforts to develop the Native American alumni group. Additionally, he collaborates with Brown Admissions on the recruitment of Native American and Indigenous students to Brown University. Niyo is Chichimeca and an enrolled member of the Navajo nation. He earned his BA in Anthropology from Brown University.

Tina M. Park, PhD Candidate
Graduate Coordinator

Tina received her BA in Political Science from the University of California Los Angeles and her Master's in Urban Planning from New York University's Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service. She is a doctoral student in the Department of Sociology at Brown studying housing consumption behaviors and housing inequality, particularly of Asian Americans and other contemporary immigrant groups in the United States. As the graduate coordinator, Tina works to expand institutional support for graduate students of color.

Luckson Omoaregba
Graduate Intern

Luckson is currently serving as the BCSC Graduate Student Intern. During his time with the BCSC he will be assisting with the TWTP program, working with the BCSC staff on Heritage series events and collaborating with BCSC staff to manage signature programs, yearly themes and new initiatives. His goal, as a future Student Affairs and Higher Education professional, is to help promote social justice and inclusion among students, faculty and staff where ever he works. Luckson is pursing his M.S. degree in College Student Personnel at the University of Rhode Island and earned a B.A. in Communication Studies at the University of Rhode Island.

Ana DeLos Santos
Custodian II

Born in the Dominican Republic, Ana began at Brown University in January of 2004. Six months later she was assigned to the Center and has served the Center for the last nine years.