Student Advisory Board


About the DIO Student Advisory Board

The purpose of the Diversity and Inclusion Office (DIO) Student Advisory Board (comprised of representatives from cultural organizations and relevant USOs) is to:

  • build a relationship with the Diversity and Inclusion Office
  • help provide insight on the experience of students from underrepresented and marginalized backgrounds
  • develop your own social justice leadership skills
  • have a space to connect and collaborate with other cultural student organizations


2019-2020 DIO Student Advisory Board Members


Name & Title of Representative
Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) Manveena Singh, President (Co-Chair)
Diversity and Inclusion Office Kirsten Iyare (Co-Chair)
Black Student Union Kievan Boudreaux-Bostic, President
Chinese Culture Language Club  Emma McMahan, President
Filipino Student Association Arielle Matic, President
Greek Council Mia Quintanilla, Diversity and Inclusion Chair
Muslim Student Association (MSA) Arisha Ali, President
Muslim Student Association (MSA) Arianna Siddiqui. Vice President
Promoting Respect, Inclusiveness, Diversity, and Equality (PRIDE) C.S. Treviño, President
Student Government Association (SGA) Taylor Volzer, Diversity and Inclusion Chair
Student Government Association (SGA)/ Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) Josephine Van Houten, Senator, Representative
Student Programming Board (SPB) Wren Ramos, Outreach Chair
Student Programming Board (SPB) Kelly Liu, Outreach Chair
Trinity University Latino Association (TULA) Abigail Torres, President
Trinity Women in Science & Technology (TWiST) TBD
Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) Alex Motter, President
Trinity University Women in Computing (TUWIC) TBD


University Diversity and Inclusion Committee

In spirit with Trinity University's Institutional mission, the primary function of the Committee is to promote diversity in the university as it is essential to the health of an academic community. The committee may propose, advocate, and assist in the implementation of policies and programs designed to celebrate and increase diversity in every aspect of University Life. In consultation with appropriate groups, the Committee may annually choose to focus on issues such as, but not limited to, student admissions and retention, faculty and staff recruitment and retention, professional development, campus environment, and invited distinguished speakers.