Hayley Haywood earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology here at Clark University, and returned to our community to serve as Director of Multicultural and First Generation Student Support in January 2016. During her time away, she earned her Master of Education in Counseling and Personnel Services (College Student Personnel) from the University of Maryland College Park and served in several leadership roles throughout student affairs. Hayley is passionate about helping students become the best version of themselves, while supporting our community’s continued evolution toward equity and inclusion. Her interests include exploring new places, eating all the foods, and integrating art and social justice. Stop by and say hello!
Peyton Wu earned their Bachelors of Arts in History and a Certificate in LGBTQ Studies at the University of Maryland College Park and their Masters of Science in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Miami University. Prior to joining the Multicultural and First Generation Student Support team in the summer of 2019, Peyton served as a program coordinator within the Office of Ethnic Programs and Services at the University of Cincinnati. Peyton is passionate about equity, inclusion, social justice, and leadership and identity development. Peyton’s other interests include traveling, reading, watching sports, and exploring and eating different types of food.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Amina graduated from the College of Holy Cross in 2016, where she majored in English with a concentration in Creative Writing. Amina has a love for literature and a passion for social justice and equity. At Holy Cross, she was involved with identity-based organizations, student government, served on the Student Life Council and Diversity Leadership Team, and spent much of her extracurricular time as a Multicultural Peer Educator. After graduating, Amina worked in Alumni Relations at HC in a fellowship that focused on young alumni and ALANA alumni engagement. Through her work at Clark in the Multicultural and First generation Support office, she hopes to learn more about higher education and student affairs, and to engage with students as they share their experiences about identity. Amina’s other interest are movies and television, reading, and exploring.