• Multicultural Alliance

    The Multicultural Alliance is an initiative that was first created in 1998.  The Alliance consists of a coalition of leaders and members of student of color and international student organizations. The Alliance provides opportunities for members to network, collaborate, share information and resources, and serve as advocates for each other. The Alliance is chaired by the multicultural alliance coordinator, a student employed in the Center for Multicultural and International Student Affairs.

    Click here for Multicultural Alliance Mission & Goals

    Multicultural Alliance Chair  

    Kenny Ngo 
    Email: dngo01@hamline.edu

    Supervisor to Chair/ Alliance Advisor

    Carlos Sneed
    Email: cneed@hamline.edu

    Multicultural Alliance Organizations/Members

         

    Contacts  

    Hispanic and Latino Organization (HALO)

     

    Jenni Peredia

    Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC)

     

    Lilly Nguyen

    Hamline African Student Association (HASA)

     

    Alex Abraha

    Hmong Student Association (HSA)

     

    Sandy Lo

    FUSION (Multiracial/Trans-racial Adoptee Student Association)

     

    Steven Beardsley 

    Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society (HIPS) 

     

    PRIDE BSA (Black Student Alliance)

     

    Amin Amos 

    Students for a Free Tibet (SFT)

     

    Spectrum

     

    Alyssa Volkmann

    Students of South Asia

     

    Cindy Chooraman

    Hamline University Student Congress (HUSC) Representative

     

    Ashe Jaafaru

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