Maria E. Vidal
Room L.73.01 NB
Maria E. Vidal oversees the Peer Advocates mentoring program, advisory board, and the daily functions of the office and all program activities. Her professional experience includes coordinating the first two cohorts of the Peer Ambassador Program under the Division of Student Affairs. She has earned both her Master's Degree in Public Administration and Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY). Maria has presented at the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) and NASPA Region II. Maria has been recognized for her work with the Urban Male Initiative, as she was named one of El Diario la prensas’s Mujeres Destacadas in 2015. Maria is also a proud "fur-mom" of a rescue German Shepherd/Chow named Beba! Maria can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions/concerns.
Yuleisy M. Audain
Marketing & Communications and Peer Advocates Assistant
Room L.74.02 NB
Yuleisy Michel Audain is a senior at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, originally from San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic. In the spring of 2016 she recieved Bachelors in English with a minor in both Film Studies and Theater Arts at John Jay College. During her time at John Jay, she worked with Lloyd Sealy Library as a Lab technician, Peer Advocate mentor with the Urban Male Initiative and has been part of many clubs in campus such as Campus Activity Board. She has interned for the Broadway League in the Education and Engagement Department, which creates and supports Broadway industry education and community engagement programs for live theater. She has also interned with John Jay's Office of Video Production Services. Yuleisy is passionate about film with the goal becoming a film director and owning her own production company, where she would like to help underrepresented students become more involved in the arts/film. Yuleisy can be contacted at email@example.com for any questions or concerns.
Room L.74.02 NB
Angelie Chaljub transferred to John Jay College from Bronx Community College with her Associates Degree in Criminal Justice and is now a senior at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. At the end of Fall semester of 2016, she will be receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Human Services. She also completed Human Service Internships, volunteering at her local high school, The College Academy, as a mentor to Juniors and Seniors, helping them access college completion. During her time at John Jay, she began as a Work Study Student at the Urban Male Initiative and because of her dedication and commitment to the program she officially became a part of the team during the Winter of 2016. Angelie can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions/concerns.
Sean Raymond Serrano is a Belizean-American from Jamaica Queens, New York. Growing up in an urban area, Sean has always been passionate in helping people within his community. Sean will a first generation graduate come June of 2017 with his Bachelor of Arts in criminology. After graduating Sean will pursue going to graduate school for mental health counseling. Sean facilitates Guy Code, where young men of color to express their thoughts and feelings about prominent topics in a safe environment. Sean wasalso a Teacher’s Assistant with the human services, where he reinforces lessons presented by teachers by reviewing material with students one-on-one or in small groups. Sean can be contacted at email@example.com for any other questions/concerns.
Social Media Assistant
In Summer 2016, Jasmine graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Sociology from Queens College (CUNY). She is now a first year graduate school student at John Jay who is majoring in forensic science. Her passion is to become a ballistics expert and use forensic science to help promote a safer society. As an undergraduate student at Queens College, Jasmine was a part of the Black Male Initiative Program at a mentee, then a peer mentor at her campus. She has recruited many students to join the program and now she is at John Jay continuing to impact lives through the Urban Male Initiative program. Jasmine can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional questions/concerns.