To be a catalyst for social change and a resource for shared experience at Hamilton College.
- Support: We will engage the Hamilton community by addressing the holistic needs of students in order to create a space where they can thrive and realize self-actualization.
- Standards: We will practice inclusion, equity, and representation of and for all people and identities. We expect accountability, integrity, and trust as we work on institutional change with regard to campus culture and structures.
- Scholarship: We will partner to support scholarship, education, and experiential engagement as a means to create a more equitable Hamilton experience.
- Leadership: We commit to examining power structures, and creating opportunities for the experiences of those at the margins to be centered.
Director of the Days-Massolo Center
A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Lopéz attended University of Oklahoma and earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in human relations with a focus on human resource diversity and development. She is actively engaged in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), has served in various roles on the planning committee for the National Conference for Race and Ethnicity (NCORE), and is the recipient of the Oklahoma Gazette’s 2018 Forty under 40 for her philanthropic work in the community.
Having dedicated her career in education to advocating and creating opportunities for underserved and underrepresented students, Lopez believes that “… leading with passion, integrity, and service is what drives intentional community transformation and empowerment.”
LGBTQIA+ Identity Support Specialist
Lexie Mucci (they/them) is excited to be joining Hamilton for the next few months to serve as the LGBTQIA+ Intercultural Specialist, focusing on providing dialogic and individual support for Hamilton’s Trans* and LGBQIA+ community. As a queer, genderqueer, and first-generation-to-college higher education professional, Lexie has worked over the past eight years to support students who hold minoritized identities and thrive throughout their academic journey. Lexie believes in the power of student-centered individual and community support that is rooted in an intersectional and holistic framework, with a focus on healing and radical empathy. It is their goal to ensure that students have a brave space to deeply feel, share, and be truly heard. Through this work, Lexie hopes to create space for us to be authentically ourselves, while providing the opportunity to dig into individual, communal, and institutional solutions for our challenges, if we choose.
DMC Student Ambassador
Student Leadership & Cluster Development Team