CoordinatorsPARC has four student coordinators that support our team in different ways.
Ali (she/her) is a Peer Advocate, a Violence Prevention Educator, the Community Engagement Coordinator with PARC. She is majoring in Sociology and WGS, and minoring in Legal Studies and SJSP. Outside of PARC, Ali is an Undergraduate Representative (UDR) for the Sociology Department and does legislative work with the Every Voice Coalition. In her free time, she enjoys biking and spending time with friends.
Grace (she/her/hers) is a peer advocate and the Media & Communications Coordinator at PARC. She was born and raised in Nashua, New Hampshire. She is majoring in International and Global Studies (IGS), Health, Science, Society, and Policy (HSSP), and minoring in Hispanic Studies. Besides working with PARC, she is the Publicity Chair for Brandeis' Korean Student Association. She is also a member of Brandeis' Kaos Kids Hip Hop Dance Crew. As a peer advocate, she hopes to provide support to those who have experienced dating or domestic violence and spread awareness on campus and beyond.
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Juan (he/him) is a peer advocate, Violence Prevention Educator, and the Office Coordinator at PARC. He comes all the way from Asuncion, Paraguay majoring in IGS and Psychology. Juan enjoys watching shows when he has some free time or hanging out with friends. He is pleased to continue to be a part of the PARC community this semester and looks forward to spreading awareness of sexual assault prevention. He speaks English, Spanish, Guarani, and Italiano.
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Se hai bisogno di aiuto, vieni nel mio ufficio per favore.
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Lauren (she/her/hers) is a Violence Prevention Educator, Peer Advocate, and the Training & Events Coordinator with PARC. She is from southern New Jersey, double majoring in Neuroscience and Biology with a minor in WGS. Outside of PARC, Lauren is on the E-board of the Intersectional Feminist Coalition. This semester she is excited to work towards the de-stigmatization of conversations on sexual and domestic violence while working to prevent its occurrence.