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Peer Ambassadors

Mira Chatterjee

Mira is a ’21 from Palos Verdes Estates, CA, planning on majoring in Economics modified with film. This summer, she worked as a commercial and editorial model for Willow Model Management, a boutique agency in Los Angeles where she developed an interest in working in the fashion and retail industry. Mira is a part of MAV, a student organization committed to preventing sexual violence on campus. She is also involved working on a research project in the psych department and works for the Academic Skills Center. When the weather is warm, you can find her studying on the Green.

 

Ashley R. Garcia

Ashley is a ’22 from Los Angeles, California. She plans on double majoring in Philosophy and Music with a minor in Chinese. Ashley is in the process of becoming a part of the Minority Pre-Law Association. She is also interested in water polo and sailing. Ashley also is a part of the Latter-Day Saint institute program, established to connect Mormon students through religious education. When she’s not stacking up on FOCO cookies, Ashley’s riding her bike to study at Berry Library.

 

Raaga Kannan

Raaga is a ‘21 from Rochester, NY, majoring in Engineering modified with Economics. Raaga is a member of SHEBA Dance Troupe, an Urban ch

oreography and performance group, as well as the recently founded tap group under the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble. She is also involved in Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering, an award-winning student group working on technical projects in developing nations aimed at improving health and decreasing environmental impact. When Raaga is not busy working on projects in the couch at Thayer, you will likely find her tapping away her feet at Sarner Underground.

 

Katie Goldstein

Katie is a ’20 from San Francisco majoring in both Computer Science modified with Human-Centered Design and Hispanic Studies. At Dartmouth, Katie loves to give back, be it through her work mentoring local children through DREAM or peer tutoring with the Academic Clearinghouse. She is also a member of Dartmouth Chabad and has worked for Dartmouth Undergraduate Admissions. Research is a big part of Katie’s on-campus life, having started her career working at a Thayer lab through WISP, continuing Computer Science research through independent study and college-funded scholarship, and now, beginning her Computer Science thesis. She has spent both her off term and last summer working in product management/research roles for Square (CashApp) and Disney, respectively. Her favorite thing about Dartmouth is the people. When it’s sunny, you can find her on the Collis porch or down by the river. Ask her what she’s reading!

 

Ariana Ramsey

Ariana Ramsey is a 22’ from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and wishes to major in Economics and minor in Chinese. She is on the Dartmouth Women's Rugby Team. She has played nationally and is training to go to the Olympics in 2024. Ariana is also involved in the Dartmouth Investment and Philanthropy Program as well as the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship. Her favorite thing about Dartmouth is the amount of programs and opportunities that they offer for everyone!

 

Hamza Kasumba

Hamza is a ‘21 from Nairobi, Kenya, majoring in Economics and Studio Art. Hamza is a Senator for the campus chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers. He also is a part of Soyeya Dance Group, an Afro-based ensemble, and the Hill Winds Society, a student-led society operated through the Blunt Alumni Center aimed at engaging Dartmouth students across three levels - alumni, enrolled and pre-matriculation. Additionally, Hamza has a found a home in the McLaughlin Cluster, where he has participated as a Great Issues Scholar, and is currently a Global Village resident. Find Hamza at the Black Family Visual Arts Center finishing a project, or on B3 listening to the latest AfroBeats as he works on his AAAS papers.