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Meet the Orientation Leader Team!

Ab Eissa

Orientation Team Captain
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: he/him/his
  • faxCampus Involvement: Greek Life
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: College is a time to grow as a person and understand what you want to do for the rest of time so, don't be afraid to make mistakes and ask for help if you need it to better yourself!

Alex Cerano

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: He/Him/His
  • faxCampus Involvement: Honor Society, Cultural Centers, Campus Employment
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Find a club with people with similar interests and values. If you do join a club, participate in every single opportunity offered.

Aleyah Moreno

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Never give up and believe in yourself when you feel stressed about school.

Arisbeb Campos

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/hers/ella
  • faxCampus Involvement: EOP, HaU, WRC
  • office locationAdvice for incoming students: Take care of your mental health it is just as important. Practice self-care because self-care isn't selfish.

Brina Dang

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: 2-Year/4-Year Pledge/California Promise, APISC (Asian & Pacific Islander Student Center), AMA (American Marketing Association), NSU (Nikkei Student Union) , D2C Agency
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Make everyday count. These 4 years are going to be memorable.

Bruni Pawade

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Robotics Club
  • office locationAdvice: Interact with your professors, show up to classes and don't put things off until tomorrow. The smell of freedom is addictive.

Daniel De La Peña

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: He/him/his
  • faxCampus Involvement:
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Be your true self. Find your passion and what you truly enjoy, then find others who share the same passion, but also be open to change and new experiences.

Deena Martin

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Cultural Centers, Campus Employment, Barkada (Filipino Club) & IEDC (Dance Club)
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: You don't need to have an exact plan - college is all about the learning experience and trying new things!

Eliza Lomeli

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement:
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Don't make the entire college experience just about school. Some of your best memories will be one on campus and being involved and participating in events and programs.

Elizabeth Moreno

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: 2-Year/4-Year Pledge/California Promise, Campus Employment
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Pay attention to how you feel. If that major you choose feels wrong, talk to a counselor and change it. If you don't identify with the people around you because they don't uplift you, make different friends. This is the beginning of becoming the person you want to be so be brave enough to be a part of things that make you happy.

Emily Huerta

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: EOP/Summer Bridge, Greek Life
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: To be yourself and come with an open mind and open heart! You get out what you put in.

Emma Medina

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Kellogg Honors College, Greek Life, Pr Chair for the Agricultural Peer Advisors, PR Chair for the Agricultural Ambassadors, Co-President of the Poly Purlers
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: College is much more than academics; it's a place to create bonds, make connections, and grow! Branch out of your comfort zone :)

Iliana Rodriguez

Orientation Team Captain
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Commencement Team Lead
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Take chances. Whether its taking a chance in a class, joining a club or by applying for a job, do it! This is time to try things out, find opportunities and figure out more about yourself.

Ioshua Andablo

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: He/him/his
  • faxCampus Involvement: Latino Business Student Association, EOP, EOP Student Union, Poly Lens
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Don't be afraid to try new things and live in the present.

Isabella Guerrero

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Orientation Services
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: During this time, do not hesitate in letting others know what you are going through because the likelihood of someone being in the same situation is very high and often we find support during those moments.

Jackson Connor

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: He/him/his
  • faxCampus Involvement: Orientation Services
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Our thoughts shape us into the person we are so try not to stress too much about the things that are out of your control and just try to face each new day with a bright mind, a positive outlook, and some kindness both to yourself and to those around you.

Karolina Juscamaita

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Research through Inclusive Opportunities (RIO) Program
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Sometimes it gets a bit difficult, but try to read your emails consistently because they can hold a lot of important information. you might miss out on some great opportunities if you don't keep up with them.

Jazlyn Wilson

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: National Society of Leadership and Success
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today...in other words don’t procrastinate!

Jenni Schwartz

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Honor Society, Cultural Centers, SWIFT, MISSA
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Get into a major-specific club, its a great way to find friends and career connections. It's never too early to join, but don't wait until the last minute to get involved

Jess Salcido

Orientation
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Be yourself! Have fun! & ask for help! College is hard but it’s also really fun! The people you meet here will change your life in the best way!

Katrina Salazar

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Interdisciplinary General Education (IGE), Campus Employment, Liberal Studies Club, Love Button CPP
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: never be afraid to go for things that seem bigger than you. Though competition for internships, leadership positions, scholarships, etc. may be intimidating, it never hurts to try and you might even surprise yourself!

Lisette Contreras

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/ella
  • faxCampus Involvement: EOP/Summer Bridge, Hermanas Unidas De CPP
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Start creating lasting relationships within your campus community! This will be extremely important throughout and at the end of your college career.

Martha Juarez

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: California 4-year pledge, Political Science Club
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Cal Poly Pomona will become like a second home to you! Make sure you're getting involved and taking advantage of the great resources we have on campus. Most importantly, your college years are all about finding your true self so don't be afraid to make mistakes and learn from your experiences.

Melissa Ortiz

Orientation Team Captain
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Alpha Kappa Delta International Honor Society, RAMP
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Be a well rounded student. Your college experience goes by quickly so make the most of it by getting involved in sports, clubs (both academically and socially), and experiences the most you can!

Mikayla Melendez

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: she/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Kappa Delta Sorority
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Sometimes it’s good to just take a step back and breath. Do fun things and enjoy yourself some. Allow yourself to have fun while you are getting your degree.

Mikee Eusebio

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Greek Life, Campus Employment
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Utilize campus resources! Don't be afraid to seek for help whether that is through tutoring, counseling, advising, etc. This will set you up for success throughout your college journey :)

Nicholas Garcia

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: He/him/his
  • faxCampus Involvement: IHC
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Visit your advisor! They offer great advice and can even plan out a few semesters for you so that when the time comes, you can just add the already planned out classes to your cart and enroll really easily.

Nicole Hoyer

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Greek Life
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: You’re going to feel nervous, scared, and maybe even left out but that’s okay you will find your people. College is a huge new chapter of your life. Just have fun and make the right choices for you!

Pravina Kumar

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Cultural Centers, Campus Employment
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Find a community that supports and helps you through academics and personal growth. You can find a community through the cultural centers, clubs, Greek life, and even in the classroom.

Precious "Eze" Chibueze

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Cultural Centers, Campus Employment, Femtor Program, Life Club Campus Ministry, Shades of Queens
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Never be afraid to ask questions! Chances are other students may have the same question and nothing gets done or done right if you are confused. Remember, there's no such thing as a dumb question!

Sandra Martinez

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: EOP Student Union, Hermanas Unidas and GEMS Club
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: The next four years will go by fast, so get involved in campus life, make friends, and enjoy everything about it.

Shireen Tsang

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Junior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Greek Life
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: It's definitely normal to be shy but just know there are many people at CPP that would help you in anyway that they can, so do not be afraid to reach out.

Stacy Soewono

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Sophomore Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: ASCE, SWE
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Set long and short goals for yourself and get to know the faculty, staff, and students at CPP!

Tanish Ramisetty

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: He/him/his
  • faxCampus Involvement: Greek Life, Cultural Centers, Indian Student Organization, INCOSE, CLASS Council
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: Make sure you stay or change to the major you want because it will dictate how your next 4 years will go.

Tess Killian

Orientation Leader
Class Year: Senior Pronouns: She/her/hers
  • faxCampus Involvement: Greek Life, Campus Employment
  • office locationAdvice to Incoming Students: It's important to have goals and expectations for college, but life doesn't always go as planned! Embrace the positives and remember your college journey is yours and doesn't have to be like anyone else's :)