Vice President of Peer Advocacy
Sophonie Alcindor ‘24
Hello! My name is Sophonie Alcindor, and I am honored to serve as Judicial Council Vice-President of Peer Advocacy. I am a member of the Class of 2024 and am originally from Lynn, Massachusetts. On-campus, I live in Flaherty Hall!
I am an Economics major with minors in Data Science and Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE). Outside of my role in Judicial Council, I am a research assistant in the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, a tutor at the Writing Center, and an advisory board member of the First Gen Careers Initiative.
As Judicial Council Vice-President of Peer Advocacy for the 2022-2023 term, my priorities are as follows:
- Raise Awareness of Peer Advocacy: Educate the campus community on what the Peer Advocacy program does through targeted marketing initiatives and educational outreach.
- Increase Student and Staff Engagement: Bolster student and staff involvement by forming partnerships with various student clubs and organizations.
- Uphold Students’ Rights: Better communicate the University’s Standards of Conduct and ensure due process in the Conduct Process in cooperation with the Office of Community Standards.