Student Staff

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Ahmed Alsaif

Desk Assistant

Hello!! My name is Ahmed (silent H), and I am from Saudi Arabia. I am majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Since I came to the US, meeting new people from different countries has been a great pleasure to me, which was why I chose to work at ISC. I love learning new things and trying new food!. I am also into sports a lot such as soccer squash and American football. My goal at SU is to make as many friends from different countries as possible (also to finish my bachelor). Say hi to me when you see me! 

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Programming Assistant

Hi! My name is Victoria Demmene and I’m a Programming Assistant here at the ISC. I was born and raised in Norway, and moved recently to the US to play volleyball and study at Seattle University. I’m majoring in Cell and Molecular Biology, but I have no idea what I want to do with it after college! In my spare time I love reading, working out and being with my friends. I love learning new things, so I enjoy travelling/being outdoors, meeting people, and trying new food. I also love a good conversation, so say hi if you see me!

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Dalaysone Rassavong

Desk Assistant

Hello! My name is Dalaysone Rassavong (Tiffany). I was born and raised in Vientiane, Laos and moved to Seattle in 2017 to pursue my academic career. I am currently a Pre-Major here at SeattleU and am interested in the business majors. Although I have no clue what I want to do in the future, but one thing for sure that I will do is work hard and support my family! I love trying out new things (especially food) and Seattle is the best place for me to explore all the new things! I will be working at the ISC office as a Desk assistant, so please swing by if you have any questions. I’d love to assist and meet you all!

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Misato Muraoka

Programming Assistant

Hello!! My name is Misato Muraoka and I am one of the Programming Assistants here at the ISC. I am from Menlo Park, California (about a 45 minute drive south from San Francisco) but I was raised in a Japanese household, so my first language is Japanese. I am double majoring in International Business and Business Analytics, and I have no idea what I want to do after I graduate! I like to eat and sleep (who doesn't) but I am not very good at cooking and I have a lofted bed which sometimes discourages me from climbing up to take naps... Anyways! Welcome to the ISC and please stop by to grab some coffee and say hi!

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Eunice Lubemba

Programming Assistant

Hello, my name is Eunice Lubemba and I am from the Democratic Republic of Congo. I am a Desk Assistant and a Global Ambassador at the ISC. I am majoring in Electrical Engineering, class of 2020. I love trying new food, especially Thai food. I spend my free time watching movies, tv shows and funny videos. Say hi when you see me, I’d love to meet y’all.

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DK Lee

Desk Assistant

Hi! My name is DK, short for Dong Ki, which is my Korean name. I am a Desk Assistant at the ISC. I was born in Korea and at the age of four I moved to England and grew up in North London, after that I moved to New York and now I am in Seattle. So for me, Korean was actually my second language. I am majoring in marketing, and in the future I would love to be working as a marketing coordinator for Nike. I love to cook in my free time, listen to music, watch movies, go on nice long walks, play soccer, and also collect sneakers. So if there are any fellow sneakerheads, let’s talk! Welcome to ISC and I hope to get to know you guys better! 

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Amanda Zheng

Programming Assistant

Hello! My name is Amanda Zheng, and I am a Programming Assistant here at the ISC office! I was born in China and I moved to the States at the age of 13. I finished middle school and high school in Denver, Colorado (where I learned how to ski—FYI Colorado is famous for skiing and snowboarding!) and then I came to Seattle for college. I am majoring in computer science and my hope is to master what I learn. For me, school is not just about passing the classes, it is about how much you learn, even outside of textbooks; from your professor, your peers, and all of the amazing opportunities you get from being a student. It would be such a waste if the purpose to go to school is just to attend classes, go home and do homework. Get out there and get involved! You never know when the perfect opportunity is waiting for you right around the corner.