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Student Team Members

A note from SALD--

University of Cincinnati’s Fraternity and Sorority Life affirms the mission of the University, the Division of Student Affairs and Student Activities and Leadership Development to provide an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity and enhances the ability of all students to become respectful, global citizens.  We share in the deep concern regarding the actions of the University of Oklahoma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and their guests and fully support the swift action of the national office.  Racism has no place on our campus or in our organizations and we remain dedicated to a just community.  This is an on-going opportunity for personal and community development. Over the course of the next few days, we will provide guidance and support to members of our community as well as opportunities to reflect on our values and increase our accountability to become a model inclusive community.  

Student Team Members

Student Worker Daycia


Daycia is currently a senior at UC and is studying Neurobiology. She hopes to work on Public Health promoting healthy lifestyles and helping those in poverty both domestically and globally. After studying abroad in Japan and Guatemala, she has a strong love for working with others all over the world.

Student Worker Heather


Heather is a fourth-year, with a double major in Electronic Media and Communications. Formly from Chardon, Ohio where her family still lives. She plans to graduate in the spring of 2016 and pursue a career in promotional media.

Heather is involved in Greek Life at UC and attributes many of his collegiate accomplishments to her participation therein. She is also involved with honorary societies such as Rho Lambda and Order of Omega. Getting involved with Bearcast has also been a big factor in helping her develop her media production skills. She has recently started working in the SALD office and hopes to help encourage other students to get involved at UC.

Student Worker Satra


Satra is a second-year Psychology major with a Spanish minor. She has lived in Cincinnati her whole life and went to Walnut Hills High School. She came to the UC because the research and science programs on campus stood out to her.

Satra credits attending the Universtiy of Cincinnati as one of the best decisions she's made in life. Upon arriving, she joined a mentoring program called Transitions out of the African American Cultural and Resources Center, which assisted in her leadership and professional development. Since then, she has taken on various leadership roles and is now a research assistant. She is planning on graduating with her Bachelors of Science in Psychology, and attending graduate school to earn her PhD in clinical Neuropsychology.