Meet Our Peer Advisors!
Megan McGillis- Lead Peer Advisor
Megan is a fourth-year student from Carlsbad, CA majoring in Psychology (BS) with an emphasis in biology and minoring in Communication. She is currently part of the Panhellenic community on campus, the Greek honors society Order of Omega, the Mental Health Initiative, and has worked in many other roles on campus. Megan is taking a pre-health path and plans to go to Occupational Therapy school in the fall!
Vineha is a third-year student from Santa Cruz, CA majoring in Psychology (AB) with a minor in Sociocultural Anthropology. She is currently a research assistant at the MIND Institute and a member of the International Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi), and has held many other roles throughout her college career. After completing her bachelor's degree, Vineha plans to pursue a master's degree in Family Therapy.
Daisy is a fifth-year student double majoring in Psychology (AB) and Organizational Sociology. They are a transfer student from their hometown Modesto, CA.
Janelle is a third-year student majoring in Science & Technology Studies with a minor in Community Development. She is currently the Assistant Campus News Editor for The Aggie and a College Journalist Fellow for CalMatters. In the past, Janelle has done audio work for NPR's Next Generation Radio, class projects, and the #include<cs> podcast. She plans on interning with CalMatters this summer, and eventually wants to pursue community-engaged journalism in the Central Valley that focuses on lived experiences of black and brown communities.
Emma is a second-year international student from Hong Kong majoring in Psychology (AB) and Linguistics with a minor in English. She is a Research Assistant at the Language Learning Lab at the Center for Mind and Brain, and has worked for Aggie Studios under ASUCD to fulfill her passion for filmmaking. Emma is also actively involved with a Christian fellowship group under Gracepoint Davis Church. In the future, she looks forward to giving back to local and international communities in the forms of education, counselling, and social work.