RANGER RESTART: Updates, resources, and FAQs
esmeralda aguilar

Esmeralda Aguilar

Why I chose to be a MOSAIC Educator

I want to help students to talk about equity, diversity, and inclusion at Parkside. To be a part of a judgement-free group that encourages difficult conversations to take place. I don’t just want to hope for a more inclusive campus but want to take part of the change that can happen at UW-Parkside.

 
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Molinna Bui

Education

Third Year 
Economics, Pre-Med; Minor in Health Psychology

Why I chose to be a MOSAIC Educator

I became a MOSAIC Educator because I love educating others on social justice, diversity, inclusion, and acceptance. Being a queer, woman of color, I have had experiences that I would not wish upon any other being, and I would like to make individuals aware of what to do and what not to do in these types of situations.

 
crystal egbo

Crystal Egbo

Education 

3rd Year 
Political Science and Pre-Med

Why I chose to be a MOSAIC Educator 

I’m passionate about creating equitable and diverse spaces in my community and encouraging my peers, being a MOSAIC Educator will provide me with the tools and resources to do so.

 
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Zing Nun Dim

Education

Senior 
Marketing/ Management Concentration in HR, Certificate in Project Management 

Why I chose to be a MOSAIC Educator

The reason why I chose MOSAIC Educator is I felt that as the most diverse university within Wisconsin University, we don’t discuss as much about cultural and identity on campus. I was hesitant at first to join the program as it’s a sensitive topics to discuss but, I soon realize that if we keep avoiding it because we are afraid or uncomfortable to talk about it , we will never improve as university as a whole  and as a person. I believe that raising my voice would make a difference and so will everyone else’s. 

 
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