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Gretchenrae Campera

Assistant Director, Student Success and Outreach
Phone: 206-296-2589
Building/Room: PAVL 150

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Gretchenrae Campera is a city girl from Seattle, WA. She received her bachelor's degree from Seattle University in Psychology and her Master's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Vermont. Gretchenrae's professional interests include identity development, inclusion & equity, and the first-generation college experience. When not at work, Gretchenrae enjoys arts & crafts, eating her way through the Pacific Northwest, and outdoor adventures with her wife.

Guillermo Sandoval

B.A., Communication, (Minor: Global Engagement), University of Washington - Tacoma, 2016
Certificate, Global Honors Program
Graduate Coordinator, Student Success & Retention
Phone: 206-296-6334

Pronouns: he/him/his

I was born in East Los Angeles, California to two Mexican parents originating from a small town in the State of Zacatecas, Mexico. Our family (which now consists of seven people) migrated to Tacoma, Washington, a place I would call home for the next 18 years. My elementary school, middle school, high school and undergraduate education all took place within the borders of the City of Destiny.  (click my name to continue reading)...

Tom Hove

B.S.W., Social Work
Americorps Veteran Navigator

Pronouns: he/him/his

Tom Hove grew up in Tracy, MT. He spent 4 years, in the US Navy, as a hospital corpsman. During his time in service he was stationed at Naval Hospital Guam, as well as, Naval Hsopital Bremerton. Currently Tom is working with Seattle University to create a veteran's resource center on campus. His interests are photography, anything outdoors, volunteering, and drinking coffee.