Meet the Team
I am so excited for the opportunity to begin working with my BTW peers and keep the ball rolling when it comes to promoting health and wellness around our campus, while also being able to learn more about the field of public health. There is so much more we can do to better educate ourselves and others, especially in a college environment. In addition to being a BTW peer educator I also write for the Hoot and I am a member of the women's basketball team.
Bridging the gap to enable empowerment and connectedness within our community aligns with my personal values and desire to serve. My name is Isabella “Bella” Doulas, and I am a student in the Class of 2024. I am studying Health Science, Society, and Policy (HSSP) and Psychology on the pre-dental track. I enjoy the outdoors, art, music, and eclectic food. My passion for health advocacy and community outreach is something I am so excited to pursue with the BTW team. As a peer educator, I look forward to informing the community, spreading awareness, and providing support resources in a spirited fashion.
As someone who has been involved in peer education for several years, I have never found a program quite like BTW: Bridge To Wellness. I am thrilled to be a coordinator in a space that is intentional and excited about connecting students to our University's resources and filling the gaps we find along the way! Outside of my BTW position, I am a second-year TYP-Scholar from Central MA majoring in Education Studies! In my leisure time, I like to listen to music, write poetry, and go shopping.
Hi, my name is Dariel Jimenez and I am a sophomore majoring in neuroscience. I am extremely passionate about preventative and public health. Upon discovering BTW I have always been in awe of the team's creativity, drive, and overall enthusiasm. I am very excited to be working with the BTW team and promoting health & wellness here at Brandeis.
Thabang is a South African recipient of the Brandeis University Wien International Scholarship. Before joining Brandeis, he graduated from the African Leadership Academy where he honed his leadership and entrepreneurial skills. At Brandeis university, he intends on majoring in Health: Science, Society and Policy as he looks forward to a career in Public Health. As someone who has always demonstrated an interest in his community's physical, mental and social health, he became one of the Bridge to Wellness peer educators with a vision to contribute to the wellbeing of his fellow students on the Brandeis University campus community. Outside of the BTW position, Thabang is also an office assistant for the Department of Community Living. In his free time, he can be found writing izinkondlo (Zulu poetry) in the SCC, running in the sports fields or learning how to make everything 3D in the MarkerLab.
I am thrilled to be a part of a group that brings passion from multiple areas in order to bring health and wellness on campus. To me, promoting all these layers of wellness are extremely important to acknowledging, valuing, and ensuring space for all identities. Aside from being a part of this lovely community, I am a third year TYP scholar tutoring for a TYP writing course this year. On campus you will most likely find me either on shift or hangout out at the Intercultural Center.
Hi, I'm Stephanie! I’m originally from Accra, Ghana but I live in Worcester, MA. Working with BTW means not only educating myself, but through this work educating those around me as well! Wellness is especially important to me and during this period of time that we are living in, it’s incredibly important to be mindful about how you can stay positive and healthy and do better for yourself! I’m very excited to be a part of this team! Aside from BTW, I’m also a Martin Luther King Jr. Fellow.
Hey! I’m Nathalie “Nat” Vieux-Gresham and I am a sophomore STEM Posse scholar majoring in neuroscience and minoring in computer science and psychology. I am excited to be a part of the BTW team because I can impact the community in a way that can affect their day to day life. While we educate our communities on health and wellness, I look forward to how my experience with BTW can help me explore the different ways I can improve upon my own health and wellness. Outside of BTW, I am a campus ambassador for Brandeis’s The Women’s Network (TWN) Chapter.
I am so excited to be working with the BTW team to promote health and wellness in our community. I’m looking forward to harnessing my passion for public health and peer education to raise awareness about support resources, as well as advocate for wellbeing. In my free time, I enjoy music, hiking, and discovering new places to eat! Outside of BTW, I am also a part of the Student Union E-Board.