Coordinator, Cross Cultural Centers
Charley started in January 2017 as the Pride Center Coordinator. Charley obtained his B.A. in Modern Languages & Literature from Cal Poly. After graduating, he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Dominican Republic and then became a Sex Educator with the Teen Sexual Health Empowerment Program of Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo. One of Charley’s primary goals is to inspire students to ask, “What can I do to be a true ally to our LGBT community?” Charley is passionate about empowering students to create and sustain diverse programs of which Cal Poly and our community can be proud. Charley loves surfing, cats, and dancing!
Bldg 65, Room 217
Jenny is a graduate student pursuing an Integrated Technology Management degree. She also completed her undergraduate education at Cal Poly in Industrial Engineering. She enjoys romoting intersectionality through educational dialogues and social events. Jenny hopes to help build the queer community by empowering students with self-acceptance and awareness of other identities. In her spare time, Jenny enjoys watching Netflix while eating popcorn with Tapatio, making puzzles, and singing off pitch.
Ruby is a 3rd year a Philosophy Major and an impressive bisexual. She is hoping to get a minor in both WGS and Political Science, but she has not filed the paperwork yet. Ruby is very passionate about sex education and Philosophy, and wants to be an educator. Ruby spends her free time taking ballet classes because she likes to look dumb in front of strangers. She is not a fan of writing her own bio, because she finds it difficult to describe herself without sounding dumb. Ruby is a vegan and definitely thinks raw tofu is delicious!
Frank is a second year Sociology major concentrating in Social Services. He is passionate about improving education and enjoys building community with queer and Trans people of color through dialogues. At Cal Poly Frank is a PRISM mentor, Co-President of the QTPOC club, an assistant editor for Sprinkle, and Vice President of Hip Hop Choreo Club. His hobbies include dancing, drinking boba, and embracing positive media representation on Netflix.
Rachel is a fourth year Modern Languages and Literature major with an Ethnic Studies minor and is part of the Teaching English as a Second Language certification program. Rachel is passionate about education and social justice, and have been involved in multiple programs and projects related to diversity and inclusion while at Cal Poly. During free time, Rachel likes to watch movies, go to the beach, and watch baking videos on YouTube.
Jabe Marvis Williams
Jabe Marvis is a third year Ethnic Studies major who is also pursuing minors in Sociology and Statistics. They are interested in obtaining a career in public policy or social work, and is inspired to address issues affecting marginalized communities of color. During their free time, Jabe likes to watch voguing clips, read/write poetry, and fantasize about being on the cast of How to Get Away with Murder.