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Office for Access & Opportunity

Meet our Office of Access and Opportunity Student Team!!

Welcome! Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our Office of A&O student team here at Washington State University. 

Jennifer Espin

Clerical Assistant 

Jennifer is a senior in Civil Engineering focusing on structures. She is originally from Ecuador, but her hometown is currently Seattle, WA. She came to Washington State University because of the infinite opportunities with not only for research and clubs but also to be part of a new community. She’s currently involved in the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture as an ambassador, social chair for our Engineers Without Borders chapter, an undergraduate researcher, a McNair Scholar and likes to give back to students by offering mentoring services for the Team Mentoring Program. Her favorite memory at WSU is participating in different programs and making new friends.  

Giselle Jimenez 

Clerical Assistant 

Giselle is a senior triple majoring in Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Spanish. She is a born and raised native of Southern California. She came to Washington State University because it had all the elements she wanted in a university; academics, clubs, programs, and sports. Giselle works with the Office of Access and Opportunity and has been involved with the LAUNCH Program, the Psychology Department as a teaching assistant, and the High School Equivalency Program (HEP). She is also a McNair scholar who is currently working on research and hopes to further her education by going to graduate school. Giselle’s favorite memory about WSU is being able to get involved and help others.

Amari Lowery

Clerical Assistant 

Amari is a senior studying Psychology with an interest in Adolescent Behavioral Cognitive Neurodevelopment. She is from Tacoma Washington and prides herself on being from the Pacific Northwest. Amari came to Washington State University as a Running Start transfer Student to continue her Undergraduate career and pursue her interests in research. Amari also chose WSU because of all of the opportunities to get involved on campus and within her community. She works with the Office of Access & Opportunity, and she is involved in Black Student Union, Psych Squared, Alpha Nu Multicultural Sorority Inc. and works as a Research Assistant in a Neuroscience lab. She hopes to transfer the skills learned from her extra-curriculars and work and apply them when she works with diverse student populations. A favorite memory of Amari’s while at WSU would be attending the week of welcome events as a new transfer student and getting to meet everyone for the first time.