Hello my name is Jose Artiles, I am a senior at Binghamton University. I am the Political Coordinator for the Latin American Student Union. I am a Human Development major with a minor in Sociology.
Hey! I'm Laura Dowling, and I'm a junior psychology major from Rockland County, NY. I transferred to Binghamton in the spring of 2011. Since coming to Binghamton, I have been involved with student ambassadors as part of the IM and marketing committee, which I love to do. I am also a counselor for High Hopes, an SA chartered crisis prevention and information hotline. This year I am doing research in a psychopathology lab that deals with patients who have been victims of sexual abuse. Of course, I am also an administrative intern for 20:1!
My name is Njumea Gabrielle Holder-Leali. I am currently a senior attending Binghamton University triple-majoring in Human Development, Political Science, and Women's Studies. I grew up in Brooklyn, NY. I live in an area of low-income families that suffer from more than financial deficiencies. This is what has driven my aspirations toward creating change. I have aspirations of becoming a political analyst. Most people say that their goal in life is to change the world. I figure the best way to change the world is to change its policies.
Hi, my name is Marley Gonzalez. I am junior here in Binghamton. I transferred in last semester, Spring 2012, from the University of Hartford. I am a theatre major, and hope to go to law school after this. I am part of the Rules Committee of the Student Association, Student Ambassadors, and I am also a sister of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority here on campus, which is actually how I became involved with 20:1! During my new member process, 20:1 spoke to all new members, and I instantly knew I wanted to be involved with this too. I hope I can help in making a difference!
Hello! My name is Jose Javier Rivera Jr., and I am a senior here at Binghamton University. I am from the Bronx, New York and am the first person from both sides of my family to ever attend college. Hopefully my experiences and everything I have learned here at Binghamton University will help me guide others back home to look at higher education, which is difficult since many barely get past High School. Since coming to Binghamton as a freshman in the summer of 2007 during the EOP Binghamton Enrichment Program, I have heard about the 20:1 program and finally had the opportunity to become a part of it this semester. My involvement in the campus community currently includes, President of the Beta Chapter of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc., President of the Latino Greek Council, Educational Coordinator of the Latin American Student Union (LASU), and as a DJ downtown or around local parties. Have a great semester!
My name is Gabriela Q. Cuautle and I am currently a junior at Binghamton University. I am the first in my family to attend college and I am in the process of attaining a double degree in Political Science and History with a minor in Global studies. I was born and raised Brooklyn, NY and I am proud Mexican-American. I like to consider myself a very involved person who is passionate about everything I decide to do or join. I am currently the President of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Chapter at Binghamton University. I aspire a career in law and hopes to one day become a corporate lawyer. As a member of a Co-ed fraternity I think 20:1 is a program that instill the sense of security among fraternities and sororities because we know that our fellow brothers and sisters are being educated on the meaning of sexual consent. Sexual Assault prevention is something that I am very passionate about and joining 20:1 has been one of the best decisions I've ever made, it has allowed me to learn so much as well as giving me the opportunity to teach what I've learn to other students.
My name is Kristina Smith. I am currently a senior Psychology major with a minor in Japanese. In terms of on-campus involvement, I am the secretary of Phi Alpha Delta International Co-Ed Pre-Law Fraternity. I am also the Co-Founder and Vice President of Ladies Owning their Curls, Kinks, and Straights (L.O.C.K.S.), a newly SA-Chartered organization aimed at promoting self-esteem and empowering women to tackle their hair issues. In addition, I am the Senior Advisor for Binghamton Association for Mixed Student (B.A.M.S.) and a Peer Advisor for the Harpur Academic Advising Office. I became interested in 20:1 because I plan to work with survivors of PTSD, rape, and sexual assault in the future. Also, I am a Research Assistant in the Psychology Department studying the effects of trauma on survivors of sexual abuse and assault and I saw the 20:1 Program as a more proactive way to get involved in raising awareness about rape and sexual assault. I am very excited to learn and be a part of this program this year.
My name is Kwame DaBreo i was born in Brooklyn,NY and was enrolled in Binghamton University in Fall 2010 I plan to graduate in 2015, I am a psychology and Hdev major, Im a member of the fraternity MALIK Fraternity Incorporated and Binghamtons association for mixed students (BAMS.I am also a student ambassador. My future goal in life is to work in the human resources department in the United Nations.
Hi, I'm Rebecca Braiman, and I'm a sophomore psychology major here at Binghamton University. I am one of the administrative interns for the 20 to 1 program. I have also been involved with the Student Psychological Association and I hope to work in a lab soon to further develop my knowledge and understanding of research in psychology. Sexual assault prevention is a very important issue for me, and I'm happy to be involved with a program like 20 to 1.
Last Updated: 1/23/13