Santa Clara University

LEAD Scholars Program

LEAD Week Peer Mentors

Edwin Cabrera
Originally from San Jose, California, Edwin Cabrera is a senior working on his Communication and Spanish double major and Urban Education minor. Read the full profile »
Lydia Ku
Lydia Ku is a local student studying to be an Accountant. Read the full profile »
Theresa Lee
My name is Theresa Lee and I will be an incoming sophomore from Millbrae, CA. I am currently undeclared in the Leavey School of Business but I am considering Marketing or Management with a minor in International Business. Read the full profile »
Samantha Messina
From Sacramento, California, Sam Messina is a sophomore psychology and sociology double major and also has an interest in education. She enjoys playing softball and spending time with her friends. Read the full profile »
Jorge Meza
My name is Jorge Meza and I am a fourth year student studying Psychology. I was originally born in Mexico but came to the U.S. at a young age and grew up in San Jose, CA. Read the full profile »
Mary Robinson
Mary Robinson is a sophomore majoring in English with minors in Urban Education and Mathematics with a passion for public education and the intent to teach. Read the full profile »
Trevor Romele
Hey everyone!!! My name is Trevor and I grew up in Santa Cruz, CA. Read the full profile »
Xitlalic Soto-Sida
My name is Xitlalic, I'm from Chicago and am a bioengineering major. Read the full profile »
Travis Ta
Travis Ta is an incoming sophomore originally from Fremont, CA. He is currently a student in the Leavey school of Business majoring in Marketing while having a minor in environmental studies. Read the full profile »
Celia Trujillo
Celia is double majoring in Religious Studies and Sociology. After going on her immersion trip to New Orleans, Louisiana in Fall 2011 and studying abroad in El Salvador with the CASA de la Solidaridad Program in Fall 2012, she discovered her passion for social justice and wants to find a career that will reflect that. Read the full profile »
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